Concrete and Theoretical


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Concrete adjective – Existing in fact and not merely as a possibility.
Usage example: concrete evidence, and not just a theory, must be presented at a trial

Theoretical is an antonym for concrete in real topic.
Nearby Words: concreted, concretion, concretely, concretize, concretise
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Theoretical adjective – Existing only as an assumption or speculation.
Usage example: the merits of the new testing procedures are purely theoretical, since no one has ever used them before

Concrete is an antonym for theoretical in hypothetical topic.
Nearby Words: theory, theoretic, theoretically, theorist, theoretician
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origin concrete origin theoretical origin
system concrete system theoretical system
design concrete design theoretical design
plan concrete plan theoretical plan
Other nouns: explanation.
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