intangible definition

  • adjective:
    • incompetent at being understood by the senses.
    • incompetent at being understood or defined.
    • Incorporeal.
    • not capable of becoming understood by the sensory faculties; incorporeal
    • perhaps not tangible; not capable of being touched; perhaps not perceptible to touch; impalpable; imperceptible.
    • lacking compound or reality; incompetent at becoming handled or seen
    • (of specifically company possessions) lacking actual substance or intrinsic effective worth
    • not capable of becoming perceived because of the senses especially the sense of touch
    • difficult to pin straight down or determine
  • noun:
    • some thing intangible, specially a valuable asset that simply cannot be thought of by the senses. Frequently found in the plural: intangibles such as for instance goodwill and dedication.
    • Law Incorporeal property eg lender deposits, shares, bonds, and promissory notes. Frequently found in the plural: a situation tax on intangibles.
    • Anything intangible
    • Incorporeal residential property which saleable though maybe not material, such as bank deposits, stocks, bonds, and promissory records
    • possessions which are saleable though maybe not content or physical
  • others:
    • maybe not concrete; not capable of becoming touched; perhaps not perceptible to the touch: usually used figuratively.

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