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What is a Concrete Noun?
Concrete Noun: Concrete Noun is a noun which refers to physical things names. In other words, these things can be detected by our sense organs (ie, we can see, touch, smell, hear and taste).
For example, consider fruits, vegetables, chair, tables, water, hat, gun, clothes, etc. Always remember that whatever you can see or touch becomes the part of Concrete Noun.
The concept of Concrete Noun is quite opposite to the Abstract Noun.
Also Read: What is an Abstract Noun? (with examples)
More examples of Concrete Noun
To understand this concept well, let us consider some more examples of Concrete Noun which is shown in the below table.
Concrete Noun (Summary)
- Concrete Noun can be defined as the names of the things which are having physical existence and can be detected by our sense organs.
- Other examples are kite, rope, bucket, rocket, pencil, cot, room, computer, pot, fan, cycle, car, pineapple, etc.
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