Definitions of "intangible"
  1. This refers to something that cannot be touched or physically experienced, lacking a physical presence or form
  2. This term is used to describe a non-physical object or concept
How to use "intangible" in a sentence
  1. Copyrights are classified as intangible as they do not have a physical presence but can be owned.
  2. She claimed ownership of the intangible trademark of the brand she co-founded.
  3. The defendant’s attorney argued that damages for emotional distress are intangible and harder to quantify.

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