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Abstract- Definition:adjective [áb stràkt, ab strákt]  1.  not concrete: not relating to concrete objects but expressing something that can only be appreciated intellectually  2.  theoretical: based on general principles or theories rather than on specific instances abstract arguments   3.  arts nonrepresentational: not aiming to depict an object but composed with the focus on internal structure and form  4.  music conceptual: describes music that is intended to have no programmatic or emotional content  5.  irregularly patterned: decorated with irregular areas of color that do not represent anything concrete  6.  impersonal: emotionally detached or distanced from something    noun [áb stràkt, ab strákt] (plural ab·stracts)  1.  summary: a summary of a longer text, especially of an academic article  2.  intellectual concept: a concept or term that does not refer to a concrete object but denotes a quality, emotion, or idea  3.  arts abstract artwork: a work of art, especially a painting, in an abstract style    transitive verb [?b strákt] (past and past participle ab·stract·ed, present participle ab·stract·ing, 3rd person present singular ab·stracts)  1.  conceptualize something: to develop a line of thought from a concrete reality to a general principle or an intellectual idea  2.  summarize something: to make a summary of the main points of an argument or text  3.  extract something: to remove something from a place, usually with some difficulty  4.  steal something: to steal something by taking it unobtrusively (used euphemistically)  5.  environment pump water: to remove water from a river or other source for industrial use    [14th century. < Latin abstractus, past participle of abstrahere

Abstract- Definition:

adjective [áb stràkt, ab strákt] 1. not concrete: not relating to concrete objects but expressing something that can only be appreciated intellectually 2. theoretical: based on general principles or theories rather than on specific instances abstract arguments 3. arts nonrepresentational: not aiming to depict an object but composed with the focus on internal structure and form 4. music conceptual: describes music that is intended to have no programmatic or emotional content 5. irregularly patterned: decorated with irregular areas of color that do not represent anything concrete 6. impersonal: emotionally detached or distanced from something noun [áb stràkt, ab strákt] (plural ab·stracts) 1. summary: a summary of a longer text, especially of an academic article 2. intellectual concept: a concept or term that does not refer to a concrete object but denotes a quality, emotion, or idea 3. arts abstract artwork: a work of art, especially a painting, in an abstract style transitive verb [?b strákt] (past and past participle ab·stract·ed, present participle ab·stract·ing, 3rd person present singular ab·stracts) 1. conceptualize something: to develop a line of thought from a concrete reality to a general principle or an intellectual idea 2. summarize something: to make a summary of the main points of an argument or text 3. extract something: to remove something from a place, usually with some difficulty 4. steal something: to steal something by taking it unobtrusively (used euphemistically) 5. environment pump water: to remove water from a river or other source for industrial use [14th century. < Latin abstractus, past participle of abstrahere "drag away" < trahere "drag"] -ab·stract·ed, adjective -ab·stract·ed·ly, adverb -ab·stract·er, noun -ab·stract·ly [áb straktlee, ab stráktlee], adverb -ab·stract·ness [áb straktn?ss, ab stráktn?ss], noun

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