intend definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To have in mind; program: We want to go. They intend going. You meant that she get.
    • to develop for a certain purpose.
    • to possess in mind for a certain use.
    • To signify or suggest.
    • To extend; to extend; to distend.
    • To strain; to make tight.
    • To intensify; to strengthen.
    • to utilize with energy.
    • To bend or change; to direct, together's training course or trip.
    • to correct the mind on; for carrying on; to deal with; to superintend; to regard.
    • to correct the mind upon (one thing to-be achieved); to-be intention upon; to mean; to develop; to prepare; to purpose; -- frequently followed by an infinitely with to, or a dependent clause with this
    • to style mechanically or artistically; to fashion; to mold.
    • To imagine; to counterfeit; to simulate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to possess a design or function in your mind.
  • verb:
    • to correct your brain upon (something to be accomplished); be intention upon; mean; design; program; function.
    • to repair the mind on; focus on; look after; superintend; regard.
    • To extend to extend; distend.
    • To strain; make tense.
    • To intensify; reinforce.
    • to use with energy.
    • To bend or change; direct, as one’s program or journey.
    • To design mechanically or artistically; style; mold.
    • To pretend; counterfeit; simulate.
    • design or destine
    • mean or intend to show or convey
    • are thinking about as a purpose
    • denote or connote
  • others:
    • To extend forth or out; extend or distend.
    • To direct; turn; fix in a training course or tendency.
    • to repair the interest upon; attend to; superintend.
    • to repair your head upon, as anything becoming done or created; are considering or purpose; design: often combined with the infinitive: since, I plan to write; no deception was meant.
    • To design to symbolize; indicate become comprehended; have actually reference to.
    • To imagine; make believe; simulate.
    • to take into consideration; expect.
    • To intensify; enhance.
    • To extend ahead; expand; move; proceed.
    • to wait; give consideration.
    • To have objective; be inclined or disposed.
    • to control; superintend; supervise.

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