intensive definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, concerning, or characterized by intensity: circuit training. See Usage Note at intense.
    • Grammar maintaining stress or intensify: a rigorous adverb.
    • having or requiring to increased degree. Often utilized in combo: research-intensive; labor-intensive.
    • concerning or being a technique specifically of land cultivation designed to increase the output of a fixed location in the form of a rise in capital and work.
    • Physics getting the same price for any subdivision of a thermodynamic system: intensive stress.
    • detailed, to a good level, with strength.
    • Demanding, calling for an excellent amount.
    • Highly focused.
    • extended; admitting of intension, or increase of level; that can be intensified.
    • Characterized by persistence; intention; unremitted; assiduous; intense.
    • Serving to give power or focus.
    • Designating, or with respect to, any system of farming or horticulture, typically practiced on little pieces of land, when the soil is thoroughly worked and fertilized so as to get as much return as you can; -- opposed to considerable.
    • looking after provide power or emphasis
    • of agriculture; meant to boost productivity of a set location by expending even more capital and work
    • characterized by a top level or strength; usually used as a combining kind
  • noun:
    • Grammar A linguistic factor, like the adverb exceedingly or awfully, that delivers power or emphasis. Also known as intensifier.
    • type of a word with a stronger or higher powerful good sense as compared to root by which the intensive is created.
    • whatever intensifies or emphasizes; an extensive verb or term.
    • Something providing to express strength, or to provide power or focus; specifically, in sentence structure, an extensive particle, term, or phrase.
    • a modifier that has small definition except to intensify the meaning it modifies
  • others:
    • Pertaining or referable to intensity or degree; increasing in power or degree; making or getting extreme; intensifying.
    • Intense.
    • Intent; unremitted; assiduous.
    • In sentence structure, expressing intensity or a top degree of action or high quality; offering to provide force or focus: because, a rigorous particle or prefix.
    • practical comprehension or level; the sum of the the figures predicable of a phrase; the sum effects from certain reality.
    • In agriculture, concentrated (cultivation): designating large tradition, or even the concept of a little area well-tilled, the reason being to secure the essential from every acre of land by way of the effective use of labor and fertilizers and also the most thorough tillage. Compare considerable, 5.
    • In pathology, noting the treating disease by huge or often duplicated amounts, or by cures of significantly increased power or activity.

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