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concrete noun

noun, Grammar
1.
a noun denoting something material and nonabstract, as chair, house, or automobile.
Compare abstract noun.
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  • A concrete noun is the name of an object which may be perceived by one or more of the five senses.

    Plain English Marian Wharton
  • These nouns are derived from the concrete noun which is the name of the person or thing which is in the condition.

    Plain English Marian Wharton
British Dictionary definitions for concrete noun

concrete noun

noun
1.
a noun that refers to a material object, as for example horse Compare abstract noun
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