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1. Intend definition is - to have in mind as a purpose or goal : plan
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2. How to use Intend in a sentence.
3. Intend synonyms, Intend pronunciation, Intend translation, English dictionary definition of Intend
4. To have in mind; plan: We Intend to go
5. I Intended that you would go as well
6. Intend definition, to have in mind as something to be done or brought about; plan: We Intend to leave in a month
7. Find 53 ways to say Intend, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
8. 20 synonyms of Intend from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 51 related words, definitions, and antonyms
9. Intend: to have in mind as a purpose or goal.
10. To have in mind; plan: We Intend to go
11. I Intended that you would go as well
12. To design for a specific purpose: A whisk is Intended to beat eggs
13. To have in mind for a particular use: I Intended the flowers as a present to her
14. Intent definition, something that is Intended; purpose; design; intention: The original intent of the committee was to raise funds
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15. To have as a plan or purpose: [ + to infinitive ] We Intend to go to Australia next year to visit our daughter
16. [ T ] The remark was Intended as a compliment.
17. Intend - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
18. Intend verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons
19. Search the definition and the translation in context for “ Intend ”, with examples of use extracted from real-life communication
20. Intend is an incredibly simple tool to assist you in following your intention
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22. Intend is ideal for people working to create positive change – personally or professionally.
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23. Intend To fix the mind on; to attend to; to take care of; to superIntend; to regard
24. To fix the mind upon (something to be accomplished); to be intent upon; to mean; to design; to plan; to purpose; - often followed by an infinitely with to, or a dependent clause with that; as, he Intends to go; he Intends that she shall remain.
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25. Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense Intends, present participle Intending, past tense, past participle Intended 1
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26. Verb If you Intend to do something, you have decided or planned to do it
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27. She Intends to do A levels and go to university.
28. [intransitive, transitive] to have a plan, result or purpose in your mind when you do something We finished later than we had Intended. Intend to do something I fully Intended (= definitely Intended) to pay for the damage
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29. 1300, entenden, "direct one's attention to, pay attention, give heed," from Old French entendre, Intendre "to direct one's attention" (in Modern French principally "to hear"), from Latin Intendere "turn one's attention, strain (in quest of something), be zealous," literally "stretch out, extend," from in- "toward" (from PIE root *en "in") + tendere "to stretch," from PIE root *ten- "to stretch."
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30. Teagasc Intend to run a number of field days on different aspects of farm forestry in the country during the year.: Whether or not you really Intend to try this simple act of ingratitude, you should certainly tell Austria that that is your plan.: When they take industrial action, they Intend to disrupt information technology systems.: I Intend to give a narrative verdict and my finding is that
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31. Middle English entend (in the sense ‘direct the attention to’), from Old French entendre, from Latin Intendere ‘Intend, extend, direct’, from in- ‘towards’ + tendere ‘stretch, tend’.
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32. Intend for [sth] to do [sth] v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (mean to cause) tener la intención de loc verb locución verbal : Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar
33. Another word for Intend: plan, mean, aim, determine, scheme Collins English Thesaurus
34. Middle English entend (in the sense ‘direct the attention to’), from Old French entendre, from Latin Intendere ‘Intend, extend, direct’, from in- ‘towards’ + tendere ‘stretch, tend’
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35. The verb “Intend” comes from the Latin Intendere, which combines in-(towards) with tendere (to stretch)
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36. As John Ayto’s Dictionary of Word Origins explains , one of the meanings of Intendere in Latin was to “ ‘direct’ or ‘stretch’ one’s thoughts toward something.”
37. What is Intend? Intend can be defined in two ways
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38. Intend is a verb.Let us examine the usage through some examples
39. I Intend to leave the city for a while.
40. Definition of Intend written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
41. Intend Business Development and Clerwood Legal explain how they work together with Cooperative Development Scotland (CDS) to offer training and one to one tendering support for organisations wishing to bid together for larger contracts.
42. Intend (something) for (someone or something) To aim or plan for someone or something to receive something in particular
43. I Intended this birthday card for you—until the dog chewed on it, that is.
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44. In contextobsoletelang=en terms the difference between Intend and Intended is that Intend is (obsolete) to intensify; strengthen while Intended is (obsolete) made tense; stretched out; extended; forcible; violent
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45. As verbs the difference between Intend and Intended is that Intend is to fix the mind upon (something to be accomplished); be intent upon; mean; design; plan; purpose while
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46. 1 [intransitive, transitive] to have a plan, result, or purpose in your mind when you do something We finished later than we had Intended
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47. Intend to do something I fully Intended (= definitely Intended) to pay for the damage
48. Intend somebody/something to do something The writer clearly Intends his readers to identify with the main character
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49. Intend something The company Intends a slow-down in
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50. Nouns for Intend include entent, entention, ententions, entents, Intended, Intendedness, Intendeds, Intender, Intenders, Intendiment, Intendiments, Intendment
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51. Synonyms for Intend in Free Thesaurus
52. 45 synonyms for Intend: plan, mean, aim, determine, scheme, propose, purpose, contemplate, envisage, foresee, be resolved or determined, have in mind or view
53. Six UC basketball players Intend to transfer
54. I Intend no modification of my hope
55. Live as though you Intend to live forever, and work as though your strength were limit less
56. I Intend to spend the night there
57. Intend (something) as (something) To aim or plan for something to act as something in particular
58. I think she Intended this measly card as a birthday gift—how rude
59. See also: Intend Intend (something) for (someone or something) To aim or plan for someone or something to receive something in particular
60. I Intended this birthday card for you—until the
61. Greene now explains that she did not Intend any anti-Semitic connotations
62. 2 days ago · Teachers Make List Of Parents Who Disagree With Radical Progressive Ideology, Intend To “Hack” And “Infiltrate” To “Expose” Them
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63. Attorney says 12 women now Intend to sue Deshaun Watson Houston attorney Tony Buzbee held a press conference on Friday and said he will now represent 12 women who Intend to sue Deshaun Watson for
64. The Sarah Everard case shows society's rules for women don't matter if men Intend to harm us Her specific case, as police have said, is rare
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65. Find 53 ways to say Intend, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
66. Indianapolis Colts linebacker Skai Moore and safety Rolan Milligan Intend to return to the team after opting out of the 2020 season
67. Neuigkeiten über Intend Produkte, technische Hintergründe Produktvorstellungen
68. Bowen announced on Friday that its campuses in Russellville and Ozark Intend to resume normal in-person class schedules and activities to …
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