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Concreted

ˈkɒŋ.kriːt

Meanings of Concreted:

verb

Cover (an area) with concrete.

Usage examples:

The precious english countryside may soon be concreted over
adjective

Existing in a material or physical form; not abstract.

Usage examples:

Concrete objects like stones
noun

A building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, which can be spread or poured into moulds and forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.

Usage examples:

Slabs of concrete

Concretely

kɒŋˈkriːt.li

Meanings of Concretely:

adverb

In a definitive or conclusive way.

Usage examples:

A very real need to think concretely about the issues

Meanings of Concretes:

noun

A building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, which can be spread or poured into moulds and forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.

Usage examples:

Slabs of concrete
verb

Cover (an area) with concrete.

Usage examples:

The precious english countryside may soon be concreted over
adjective

Existing in a material or physical form; not abstract.

Usage examples:

Concrete objects like stones

Meanings of Concreting:

verb

Cover (an area) with concrete.

Usage examples:

The precious english countryside may soon be concreted over
adjective

Existing in a material or physical form; not abstract.

Usage examples:

Concrete objects like stones
noun

A building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, which can be spread or poured into moulds and forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.

Usage examples:

Slabs of concrete

Meanings of Concretion:

noun

A hard solid mass formed by the local accumulation of matter, especially within the body or within a mass of sediment.

Usage examples:

Nodular concretions of siderite growing within the sediments

Meanings of Concretions:

noun

A hard solid mass formed by the local accumulation of matter, especially within the body or within a mass of sediment.

Usage examples:

Nodular concretions of siderite growing within the sediments

Concretize

ˈkɒŋkrɪtʌɪz

Meanings of Concretize:

verb

Make (an idea or concept) real; give specific or definite form to.

Usage examples:

The theme park is an attempt to concretize our fantasies about america

Concretized

ˈkɒŋkrɪtʌɪz

Meanings of Concretized:

verb

Make (an idea or concept) real; give specific or definite form to.

Usage examples:

The theme park is an attempt to concretize our fantasies about america

Concretizing

ˈkɒŋkrɪtʌɪz

Meanings of Concretizing:

verb

Make (an idea or concept) real; give specific or definite form to.

Usage examples:

The theme park is an attempt to concretize our fantasies about america

Concubinage

kɒnˈkjuːbɪnɪdʒ

Meanings of Concubinage:

noun

The practice of keeping a concubine, or the state of being a concubine.

Usage examples:

What is the daughter of an infidel good for besides concubinage?

Meanings of Concubines:

noun

(in polygamous societies) a woman who lives with a man but has lower status than his wife or wives.

Usage examples:

Abraham ended up with a wife and a concubine, jacob with two wives and two concubines.

Concupiscence

kənˈkjuːpɪs(ə)ns

Meanings of Concupiscence:

noun

Strong sexual desire; lust.

Usage examples:

St anthony's battle with concupiscence

Concupiscent

kənˈkjuːpɪs(ə)nt

Meanings of Concupiscent:

adjective

Filled with sexual desire; lustful.

Usage examples:

Concupiscent dreams

Meanings of Concur:

verb

Be of the same opinion; agree.

Usage examples:

The authors concurred with the majority

Concurred

kənˈkəː

Meanings of Concurred:

verb

Be of the same opinion; agree.

Usage examples:

The authors concurred with the majority

Past simple and past participle of concur formal

Meanings of Concurrence:

noun

The fact of two or more events or circumstances happening or existing at the same time.

Usage examples:

The incidental concurrence of two separate tumours

Concurrences

kənˈkʌr(ə)ns

Meanings of Concurrences:

noun

The fact of two or more events or circumstances happening or existing at the same time.

Usage examples:

The incidental concurrence of two separate tumours

Meanings of Concurrencies:

noun

The fact of two or more events or circumstances happening or existing at the same time.

Usage examples:

The incidental concurrence of two separate tumours

Meanings of Concurrency:

noun

The fact of two or more events or circumstances happening or existing at the same time.

Usage examples:

The unfortunate concurrency of both high debt and high unemployment

Concurrent

kənˈkʌr.ənt

Meanings of Concurrent:

adjective

Existing, happening, or done at the same time.

Usage examples:

There are three concurrent art fairs around the city

Concurrently

kənˈkʌr.ənt.li

Meanings of Concurrently:

adverb

At the same time; simultaneously.

Usage examples:

Journal articles published concurrently with the exhibition

Concurring

kənˈkəː

Meanings of Concurring:

verb

Be of the same opinion; agree.

Usage examples:

The authors concurred with the majority

Concurs

kənˈkɜːr

Meanings of Concurs:

verb

Be of the same opinion; agree.

Usage examples:

The authors concurred with the majority

Concuss

kənˈkʌs

Meanings of Concuss:

verb

Cause (someone) to become temporarily unconscious or confused by hitting them on the head.

Usage examples:

He was concussed by a cowardly punch from behind

Concussed

kənˈkʌst

Meanings of Concussed:

adjective

Temporarily unconscious or confused after having been hit on the head.

Usage examples:

Concussed players were reviewed by a doctor before being allowed to return to action
verb

Cause (someone) to become temporarily unconscious or confused by hitting them on the head.

Usage examples:

He was concussed by a cowardly punch from behind

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