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tangible (adj) able to be touched or felt; definite enough to be seen or noticed clearly.

Anything tangible is clearly seen or noticed. It is definite. Tangible proof is proof that is very clear and definite. Tangible benefits are clear benefits, which we can notice. Tangible also means able to be touched or felt. Any material object is tangible because we can touch or feel it.

  • That he is not able to properly account for the money he has been given is tangible proof that he has misused the money. It is clearly seen that he has certainly spent the money for himself or for other purposes than the ones the money has to be spent on.
  • The judge dismissed the case on the ground that there was no tangible evidence that the accused had committed the crime. The evidence produced by the prosecution was not clear and strong.
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