1 (fml 文) that can be perceived by touch 可触知的.
2 [usu attrib 通常作定语] clear and definite; real 明确的; 确切的; 真实的
*tangible advantages 真正的优势
* tangible proof 确凿的证据
* the company's tangible assets, eg its buildings, machinery, etc, but not its reputation, etc 公司的有形资产（如其建筑物、机器等, 但不包括其信誉）.
1500-1600; Language: Late Latin;Origin:
tangibilis, from Latin
tangere 'to touch'
clear enough or definite enough to be easily seen or noticed
≠ intangible The scheme must have tangible benefits for the unemployed.tangible evidence/proof He has no tangible evidence of John's guilt.tangible assets/property
property such as buildings, equipment etctechnical
if something is tangible, you can touch or feel it The silence of the countryside was almost tangible .>tangiblyadv>tangibility
1. They are able to carry tangible medicine. 他们能带一些实实在在的药物.
2. They have not received adequate treatment unless they are able to carry home with them some tangible remedy in the shape of a bottle of medicine, 如果不能带回一些看得见、摸得着的药物，如一瓶药水，一盒药丸、一小瓶药膏回家的话，就没算得到了充分的治疗。