something which is supposed; an aim or function. See Synonyms at intention.
Law their state of the brain during the time one holds down an action.
the goal of something that is intended.
The state of someone’s mind during the time of committing an offence.
The work of switching your head toward an object; for this reason, a design; an intention; intention; meaning; drift; aim.
what is supposed; function; aim; design; intention; definition.
in-law: private intention; hawaii of head according of smart volition; the voluntary purposing of an act: frequently distinguishable through the motive which led to the forming of the intent. See unlawful intention, under.
The propensity imputable by-law to an act; the useful function of an action, for which the doer might responsible, even though the real intent was not wrongful: as when a conveyance is considered meant to defraud lenders, because, although it was without actual dishonest purpose, it necessarily has that inclination.
idea; concept; thought; viewpoint.
the desired concept of a communication
an anticipated outcome which meant or that guides your in the offing activities