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As verb (used with object)
(in Certain Concrete Construction) To Apply Stress To (reinforcing Strands) Before Subjecting To A Load.
To Make (a Concrete Member) With Prestressed Reinforcing Strands.
Constituting An Actual Thing Or Instance; Real: A Concrete Proof Of His Sincerity.
Pertaining To Or Concerned With Realities Or Actual Instances Rather Than Abstractions; Particular (general): Concrete Ideas.
Representing Or Applied To An Actual Substance Or Thing, As Opposed To An Abstract Quality: The Words “cat,” “water,” And “teacher” Are Concrete, Whereas The Words “truth,” “excellence,” And “adulthood” Are Abstract.
Made Of Concrete: A Concrete Pavement.
Formed By Coalescence Of Separate Particles Into A Mass; United In A Coagulated, Condensed, Or Solid Mass Or State.
An Artificial, Stonelike Material Used For Various Structural Purposes, Made By Mixing Cement And Various Aggregates, As Sand, Pebbles, Gravel, Or Shale, With Water And Allowing The Mixture To Harden.
Any Of Various Other Artificial Building Or Paving Materials, As Those Containing Tar.
A Concrete Idea Or Term; A Word Or Notion Having An Actual Or Existent Thing Or Instance As Its Referent.
A Mass Formed By Coalescence Or Concretion Of Particles Of Matter.
As verb (used with object) [con·cret·ed, con·cret·ing.]
To Treat Or Lay With Concrete: To Concrete A Sidewalk.
To Form Into A Mass By Coalescence Of Particles; Render Solid.
To Make Real, Tangible, Or Particular.
As verb (used without object) [con·cret·ed, con·cret·ing.]
To Coalesce Into A Mass; Become Solid; Harden.
To Use Or Apply Concrete.
To Put (something) In Final Form; Finalize So As To Prevent Change Or Reversal: The Basic Agreement Sets In Concrete Certain Policies.
That Part Of A Room, Hallway, Or The Like, That Forms Its Lower Enclosing Surface And Upon Which One Walks.
A Continuous, Supporting Surface Extending Horizontally Throughout A Building, Having A Number Of Rooms, Apartments, Or The Like, And Constituting One Level Or Stage In The Structure; Story.
A Level, Supporting Surface In Any Structure: The Elevator Floor.
One Of Two Or More Layers Of Material Composing A Floor: Rough Floor; Finish Floor.
A Platform Or Prepared Level Area For A Particular Use: A Threshing Floor.
The Bottom Of Any More Or Less Hollow Place: The Floor Of A Tunnel.
A More Or Less Flat Extent Of Surface: The Floor Of The Ocean.
The Part Of A Legislative Chamber, Meeting Room, Etc., Where The Members Sit, And From Which They Speak.
The Right Of One Member To Speak From Such A Place In Preference To Other Members: The Senator From Alaska Has The Floor.
The Area Of A Floor, As In A Factory Or Retail Store, Where Items Are Actually Made Or Sold, As Opposed To Offices, Supply Areas, Etc.: There Are Only Two Salesclerks On The Floor.
The Main Part Of A Stock Or Commodity Exchange Or The Like, As Distinguished From The Galleries, Platform, Etc.
The Bottom, Base, Or Minimum Charged, Demanded, Or Paid: The Government Avoided Establishing A Price Or Wage Floor.
An Underlying Stratum, As Of Ore, Usually Flat.
As verb (used with object)
To Cover Or Furnish With A Floor.
To Bring Down To The Floor Or Ground; Knock Down: He Floored His Opponent With One Blow.
To Overwhelm; Defeat.
To Confound Or Puzzle; Nonplus: I Was Floored By The Problem.
To Push (a Foot-operated Accelerator Pedal) All The Way Down To The Floor Of A Vehicle, For Maximum Speed Or Power.
To Overwhelm Completely; Defeat: He Expected To Mop The Floor With His Opponents.
To Arise To Address A Meeting.
A Broad, Flat, Somewhat Thick Piece Of Stone, Wood, Or Other Solid Material.
A Thick Slice Of Anything: A Slab Of Bread.
A Semifinished Piece Of Iron Or Steel So Rolled That Its Breadth Is At Least Twice Its Thickness.
A Rough Outside Piece Cut From A Log, As When Sawing One Into Boards.
A Section Of Concrete Pavement Or A Concrete Floor Placed Directly On The Ground Or On A Base Of Gravel.
As verb (used with object) [slabbed, slab·bing.]
To Make Into A Slab Or Slabs.
To Cover Or Lay With Slabs.
To Cut The Slabs Or Outside Pieces From (a Log).
To Put On In Slabs; Cover Thickly.
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