Meaning of abstract-concrete in English:

abstract-concrete

Pronunciation /ˈabstraktˌkɒŋkriːt/

adjective

(also abstract/concrete)
  • 1Of or relating to both the abstract and the concrete; having both abstract and concrete characteristics.

  • 2Art
    Designating a form of abstract art which uses only colour and geometric shapes.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Herbert Spencer (1820–1903), philosopher, social theorist, and sociologist. From abstract + concrete.