concrete number


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concrete number

n
a number referring to a particular object or objects, as in three dogs, ten men

con′crete num′ber


n.
a number that relates to a particular object or thing.
[1585–95]
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He plans to have a more concrete number, as well as a time-line to complete the projects, by January.
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It seems to be a culmination of worries rather than any concrete number or evidence which is the reason for this correction," said Arun Kumar, chief U.
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It goes into the number of games in a week, and we're working to give him a concrete number.