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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French intangible, from Medieval Latin intangibilis

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intangible ‎(comparative more intangible, superlative most intangible)

  1. incapable of being perceived by the senses; incorporeal

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intangible ‎(plural intangibles)

  1. Anything intangible
  2. (law) Incorporeal property that is saleable though not material, such as bank deposits, stocks, bonds, and promissory notes

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intangible m, f ‎(plural intangibles)

  1. intangible