a concrete commitment
Money is human happiness in the abstract: he, then, who is no longer capable of enjoying human happiness in the concrete devotes his heart entirely to money.
Fires are less frightening today than they once were, because more and more houses are built of concrete, and concrete houses do not burn as easily as the old wooden ones.
It's a concrete bridge, but several places along its length have collapsed.
If the demolition of buildings is uncontrolled, a fine city is in danger of becoming nothing more than a concrete jungle.
A committee should apply the focus to the more concrete problem.
So it's built from stone? "It's ordinary reinforced concrete."
Concrete can be reinforced by putting steel bars inside it.
If Buddhism is attractive, it is because it appears as a possibility of touching the infinite and obtaining happiness without having any concrete religious obligations. A spiritual auto-eroticism of some sort.
The distinctive narrow windows of the grid facade are being removed, while the surrounding concrete is being restored.
This is a concrete example of how the EU affects our day-to-day lives.
This building is made of concrete. The construction workers concrete the walls of a building. Concrete buildings are very solid.
We needed tonnes of concrete to build our house.
Do you have any concrete proposals about how we can cut costs?
His notion was neither concrete nor abstract.