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Words could help, yes, but only when death was long past, abstract. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSSIn fact, mathematics could be regarded as a highly abstract, formal language which was merely a part of the universal syntax. THE BROKEN GOD
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British English: abstract /ˈæbstrækt/ ADJECTIVE
An abstract idea or way of thinking is based on general ideas rather than on real things and events.
...abstract principles such as justice.
- American English: abstract
- Arabic: نَظَرِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: abstrato
- Chinese: 抽象的
- Croatian: apstraktan
- Czech: abstraktní
- Danish: abstrakt
- Dutch: abstract
- European Spanish: abstracto
- Finnish: abstrakti
- French: abstrait
- German: abstrakt
- Greek: θεωρητικός
- Italian: astratto
- Japanese: 抽象的な
- Korean: 추상적인
- Norwegian: abstrakt
- Polish: abstrakcyjny
- European Portuguese: abstracto
- Romanian: abstract
- Russian: абстрактный
- Spanish: abstracto
- Swedish: abstrakt diffus
- Thai: ที่เป็นนามธรรม
- Turkish: soyut
- Ukrainian: абстрактний
- Vietnamese: trừu tượng
British English: abstract NOUN
An abstract is an abstract work of art.
His abstracts are held in numerous collections.
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