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in·ten·sive

 (ĭn-tĕn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characterized by intensity: intensive training.
2. Grammar Tending to emphasize or intensify: an intensive adverb.
3. Possessing or requiring to a high degree. Often used in combination: labor-intensive.
4. Of or relating to agricultural production that achieves high yields per acre of land but requires significant input of labor or materials.
5. Physics Having the same value for any subdivision of a thermodynamic system: intensive pressure.
n. Grammar
A linguistic element, such as the adverb extremely or awfully, that provides force or emphasis. Also called intensifier.

in·ten′sive·ly adv.
in·ten′sive·ness n.
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Adv.1.intensively - in an intensive manner; "he studied the snake intensively"

intensively

adverb
In a complete manner:
Idioms: in and out, inside out, up and down.
Translations
بِشِدَّه، بِكَثافَه
intenzivně
intenst
behatóanintenzíven
kröftuglega, rækilega
intenzívne
yoğun bir şekilde

intensively

[ɪnˈtensɪvlɪ] ADV [bombard] → intensamente; [study] → profundamente, detenidamente; (esp for exam) → intensivamente

intensively

[ɪnˈtɛnsɪvli] adv
[work, study] → intensivement
to farm intensively → pratiquer l'agriculture intensive
intensively farmed animals → les animaux issus de l'agriculture intensive

intensively

advintensiv; intensively reared beefaus Intensivhaltung stammendes Rindfleisch

intensively

[ɪnˈtɛnsɪvlɪ] adv (study) → intensamente; (farm) → intensivamente

intense

(inˈtens) adjective
very great. intense heat; intense hatred.
inˈtensely adverb
very much. I dislike that sort of behaviour intensely.
inˈtenseness noun
inˈtensity noun
the quality of being intense. the intensity of the heat.
inˈtensive (-siv) adjective
very great; showing or having great care etc. The police began an intensive search for the murderer; The hospital has just opened a new intensive care unit.
inˈtensively adverb
inˈtensiveness noun
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The hard labor of the 'Dictionary' had been the only remedy for Johnson's profound grief at the death of his wife, in 1752; and how intensively he could apply himself at need he showed again some years later when to pay his mother's funeral expenses he wrote in the evenings of a single week his
Farm it like your vegetable plot, intensively, all the year, in crops that make horse-feed, irrigating, fertilizing, rotating your crops.
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Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the study evaluated the effects of intensively targeting blood sugar control among adults with established diabetes, high blood sugar levels, and pre-existing heart disease or at least two cardiovascular disease risk factors in addition to diabetes.
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The A3 re-sit programme offered in the Sixth Form Centre at Sutton Coldfield College is a unique course which gives students who have completed their A-levels the opportunity to study intensively for one year to improve their grades.