|Origin:||tangibilis, from Latin tangere 'to touch'|
clear enough or definite enough to be easily seen or noticed [≠ intangible]:
The scheme must have tangible benefits for the unemployed.
He has no tangible evidence of John's guilt.
property such as buildings, equipment etc
if something is tangible, you can touch or feel it:
The silence of the countryside was almost tangible.
—tangibility noun [uncountable]