Picture for TangibleTangible is something that can be touched, something that your senses can feel. It is not something that cannot be described, in fact, it is something can be described, either in words on in action.

Pronunciation :tan-juh-buhl

Meanings of Tangible:

1. Capable of being touched; discernible by the touch; material or substantial.
2. Real or actual, rather than imaginary or visionary
3. Definite; not vague or elusive.
4. Of an asset: having actual physical existence, as real estate or chattels, and therefore capable of being assigned a value in monetary terms.

Master’s tip to learn Tangible :

Tangible or say Physical – something that can be sensed or felt by touch. So you can learn the word tangible by remembering the word touch and then connecting both of them via their literal meanings.

Sentence example for Tangible:

1. The school authorities could not find any tangible reasons for suspension.
2. There was tangible evidence linking him to the murder.
3. Nowhere in the world is ancient history so visible, so tangible and so dramatic as in Egypt.
4. There is growing political and public demand to have tangible, visible, hydrogen projects now.