Synonym: actual, concrete, definite, real, substantial, touchable. Antonym: intangible. Similar words: intangible, fungible, eligible, changing, Bible, foible, visible, possible. Meaning: ['tændʒəbl] adj. 1. perceptible by the senses especially the sense of touch 2. capable of being treated as fact 3. (of especially business assets) having physical substance and intrinsic monetary value 4. capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind; especially capable of being handled or touched or felt.
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1. The policy has not yet brought any tangible benefits.
2. We cannot accept his findings without tangible evidence.
3. The scheme must have tangible benefits for the unemployed.
4. We need tangible evidence if we're going to take legal action.
5. There should be some tangible evidence that the economy is starting to recover.
6. He has no tangible evidence of John's guilt.
7. The tension between them was almost tangible.
8. Sculpture is a tangible art form.
9. The silence of the countryside was almost tangible .
10. Victory brought glory as well as more tangible rewards.
11. There are tangible signs that the republic's successfully breaking its bonds with Moscow.
12. Other tangible benefits include an increase in salary and shorter working hours.
13. Successful motivation depends on emphasising positive tangible benefits.
14. Once again,(sentencedict.com) being informed is a tangible benefit.
15. It is also helpful to use tangible rewards.
16. Investors bought into tangible assets and sought return from income.
17. Ideas are presented as tangible and corporeal in the form of hands-on exhibits.
18. Defense, education and tax cuts are tangible issues for Bush officials that they link to popular campaign promises.
19. Perform a cost-benefit analysis: identify intangible and tangible benefits and costs before putting in the required resources.
20. There is no tangible information that would lead anyone to believe, in my view(sentencedict.com), that Sen.
21. Any permanent impairment of tangible assets identified is written off.
22. Finally, it also is tangible satisfaction when I get around to using it because I remember the work put into it.
23. The twin pressures of diversity and uniformity are tangible phenomena in the design process.
24. The urge to translate her emotions into some tangible piece of artwork made her itch to get pencil to paper.
25. The plaintiffs failed to recover as no tangible injury had been done to their property - no apparatus had been damaged.
26. Unconsciously she frowned slightly, determination building up within her like a tangible force.
27. In trying to conceal his negligence the projectionist had provided me with tangible evidence of the grand illusion.
28. Where absenteeism does become a focus of management attention, there are very tangible improvements.
29. Unless they can make themselves more relevant and deliver some tangible benefits, they face going out of business.
30. She stood still, savouring the accumulation of days of her life behind her like beads on a string, something tangible.
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