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Another word for abstract

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Adjective
  1. Existing only in concept and not in reality

    See also:

    real

  2. Concerned primarily with theories rather than practical matters

    See also:

    thoughts

Noun
  1. A short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

    See also:

    words

Verb
  1. To remove from association with

    See also:

    assemble

  2. To give a recapitulation of the salient facts of

    See also:

    thoughts

Another word for abstract

Modifier
  1. Theoretical

      1. A conception of something in its absolute perfection:
      2. One that is regarded as a standard or model of perfection or excellence:
      3. An ultimate or worthy object of endeavor; a goal:
      1. Of or relating to the intellect.
      2. Rational rather than emotional:
      3. Appealing to or engaging the intellect:
      1. Of or relating to concepts or mental conception:
      2. Of or relating to conceptualism.
      1. Concerned with, applicable to, or affecting the whole or every member of a class or category:
      2. Affecting or characteristic of the majority of those involved; prevalent:
      3. Of or affecting the entire body:
    See also:

    theoretical

  2. Abstruse

    See also:

    difficult

  3. Nonrealistic

    See also:

    painting

Noun
Verb
  1. To take away

      1. To draw or pull out, often with great force or effort:
      2. To obtain despite resistance:
      3. To obtain from a substance by chemical or mechanical action, as by pressure, distillation, or evaporation.
      1. To set, force, or keep apart:
      2. To put space between; space apart or scatter:
      3. To form a border or barrier between (two areas or groups):
      1. To take back or away; remove:
      2. To cause to leave or return:
      3. To remove (money) from an account.
    See also:

    remove

  2. To prepare an abstract

      1. To make more dense or compact:
      2. To concentrate (a substance), especially by removing water.
      3. To make more concise; abridge or shorten:
      1. To make a summary or make a summary of.
      1. To convert (food) into simpler chemical compounds that can be absorbed and assimilated by an organism, as by chemical and muscular action in the digestive tract.
      2. To think over so as to understand; absorb or assimilate:
      3. To organize into a systematic arrangement, usually by summarizing or classifying.