untangible

Related to untangible: Intangible property

untangible

(ʌnˈtændʒəbəl)
adj
archaic intangible
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Working Capital optimisation remains mainly applied on more mature businesses while a general manager of a new business or start-up is running behind the customers and for good reasons will not even think to listen to its finance manager to optimise this untangible but painful financial element.
Sana Saeed said: 'Whenever we leave we always leave a mark behind, it could be a physical mark on any surface or an untangible mark floating in the memory.
The great untangible, then, is the question of what the absence of O'Shea meant to the Mayo attack.
The authors highlight that social marketing has as basic function promoting actions that may influence behaviors in order to obtain outcomes that contribute to welfare and untangible matters (as avoiding cancer and HIV).
An Object is any element, tangible or untangible, that exists (e.g.
Persons are socialized in the same interactions that socialize tangible (shell valuables or pigs) and untangible (like songs or magic) entities.
More significantly, he points out that we are in a transition: "Originally value was in tangible objects, tangible copies of books, tangible prints of photographs; we are moving into an untangible, an information paradigm shift...where all information is essentially equivalent.