English translation of 'concret'
Example Sentences Including 'concret'
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Avant, je réfléchissais à l'adoption sans rien faire de concret, sans penser spécialement à la culture coréenne.Marie Claire
C'est une notion abstraite bien enracinée dans le concret.Le siècle de la communication
Car concrètement, les manifestants de ces derniers mois n'ont rien obtenu de concret, pas même des cacahuètes (...).Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Face à la " désinformation flagrante dont souffrent les étudiants ", l'accent est mis sur le concret.Le Monde (2002)
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'concret' in Other Languages
British English: concrete /ˈkɒnkriːt/ NOUN
Concrete is a substance used for building. It is made from cement, sand, small stones, and water.
The fence posts have to be set in concrete.
- American English: concrete
- Arabic: خَرَسَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: concreto
- Chinese: 混凝土
- Croatian: beton
- Czech: beton
- Danish: beton
- Dutch: beton
- European Spanish: hormigón
- Finnish: betoni
- French: concret
- German: Beton
- Greek: σκυρόδεμα
- Italian: cemento
- Japanese: コンクリート
- Korean: 콘크리트
- Norwegian: konkret gjenstand
- Polish: beton
- European Portuguese: concreto
- Romanian: beton
- Russian: бетон
- Spanish: hormigón
- Swedish: betong
- Thai: คอนกรีต
- Turkish: beton
- Ukrainian: бетон
- Vietnamese: bê tông
British English: concrete ADJECTIVE
You use concrete to indicate that something is definite and specific.
He had no concrete evidence.
Translation of concret from the Collins French to English
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