concretely concretely  /ˈkɑn ˌkrit li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in concrete terms

News

  1. Iran's Rowhani offers softer tone, same policies

    Tehran (AFP) June 18, 2013 Newly elected president Hassan Rowhani struck a diplomatic chord in his first news conference but offered little real change in key policy areas, especially on the long-running dispute over Iran's nuclear programme. Concretely, he ruled out any halt to the nuclear activity that has drawn UN, EU and US sanctions, repeating a long-standing Iranian position and dashing ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Space War

  2. Jerrold Nadler Does Not Think the NSA Can Listen to U.S. Phone Calls

    An exchange between Rep. Jerrold Nadler and FBI director Robert Mueller is coming under some scrutiny after a reporter claimed it concretely proves that NSA analysts can listen to domestic phone calls without a warrant. 
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

Quotes

  1. "The charge that Senator Mitchell has," Obama said, "is to engage vigorously and consistently in order for us to achieve genuine progress. And when I say progress, not just photo-ops, but progress that is concretely felt by people on the...
    on Jan 26, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: ABC News

  2. "Concretely this means African countries should identify some people to go in there, probably talk to both parties, call them and ask them what the problem is, as well as the electoral commission," Zuma said.
    on Apr 22, 2008 By: Jacob Zuma Source: Reuters

  3. "There is a great, disproportionate emphasis on disagreements around the margins when, in fact, much has been concretely achieved with a mechanism for the future," Mr Rudd told BBC television.
    on Mar 29, 2009 By: Kevin Rudd Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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