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in·ten·tion·al

 (ĭn-tĕn′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Done deliberately; intended: an intentional slight. See Synonyms at voluntary.
2. Having to do with intention.

in·ten′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.intentionally - with intention; in an intentional manner; "he used that word intentionally"; "I did this by choice"
unintentionally, accidentally - without intention; in an unintentional manner; "she hit him unintentionally"

intentionally

adverb deliberately, on purpose, wilfully, by design, designedly I've never intentionally hurt anyone.
Translations
بِصورَةٍ مَقْصودَه
úmyslnězáměrně
med vilje
tahallaantahallisesti
viljandi
namerno
bilerekkasten

intentionally

[ɪnˈtenʃnəlɪ] ADV [do, hurt, discriminate] → a propósito, adrede; [mislead] → intencionadamente
he believed he had been intentionally misledcreía que había sido engañado intencionadamente or de forma intencionada
the figures are intentionally misleadinglas cifras están presentadas de manera equívoca a propósito

intentionally

[ɪnˈtɛnʃənəli] advintentionnellement intentionally homelessintentionally homeless adj qui s'est frauduleusement déclaré sans abri afin de pouvoir prétendre à un logement social

intentionally

advabsichtlich

intentionally

[ɪnˈtɛnʃnəlɪ] advintenzionalmente, deliberatemente

intend

(inˈtend) verb
1. to mean or plan (to do something or that someone else should do something). Do you still intend to go?; Do you intend them to go?; Do you intend that they should go too?
2. to mean (something) to be understood in a particular way. His remarks were intended to be a compliment.
3. (with for) to direct at. That letter/bullet was intended for me.
inˈtent (-t) adjective
1. (with on) meaning, planning or wanting to do (something). He's intent on going; He's intent on marrying the girl.
2. (with on) concentrating hard on. He was intent on the job he was doing.
noun
purpose; what a person means to do. He broke into the house with intent to steal.
inˈtention (-ʃən) noun
what a person plans or intends to do. He has no intention of leaving; He went to see the boss with the intention of asking for a pay rise; If I have offended you, it was quite without intention; good intentions.
inˈtentional (-ʃənl) adjective
(negative unintentional) done, said etc deliberately and not by accident. I'm sorry I offended you – it wasn't intentional; intentional cruelty.
inˈtentionally adverb
inˈtently adverb
with great concentration. He was watching her intently.
References in classic literature ?
Maybe not intentionally cruel; but you seem to be forcing me into disclosures which can result in nothing; as if you would have me bare a wound for the pleasure of looking at it, without the intention or power of healing it.
It had been intentionally left as much as possible out of sight and was tied to one of the stakes of a fence that came, just there, down to the brink and that had been an assistance to disembarking.
Thus the state never intentionally confronts a man's sense, intellectual or moral, but only his body, his senses.
Nobody could tell you how to find any place in the kingdom, for nobody ever went intentionally to any place, but only struck it by accident in his wanderings, and then gener- ally left it without thinking to inquire what its name was.
Knightley is the last man in the world, who would intentionally give any woman the idea of his feeling for her more than he really does.
But at least, Mamma, you cannot deny the absurdity of the accusation, though you may not think it intentionally ill-natured.
But if he could prove that he had been intentionally deceived, the legal opinion is that his case would be a strong one.
His arms fell down to his sides, and his head drooped on his breast, his knees bent under his weight, every nerve and muscle of his frame seemed to collapse and lose its energy, and he sunk at the foot of the Palmer, not in the fashion of one who intentionally stoops, kneels, or prostrates himself to excite compassion, but like a man borne down on all sides by the pressure of some invisible force, which crushes him to the earth without the power of resistance.
When he reached the opposite bank he took off his skates and asked Jane, who strayed intentionally in his direction, to tell Miss Wylie that he was gone, and would skate no more there.
Forgive me, fair ladies, if, through inadvertence, I have in aught offended you; for intentionally and wittingly I have never done so to any; and pray to God that he deliver me from this captivity to which some malevolent enchanter has consigned me; and should I find myself released therefrom, the favours that ye have bestowed upon me in this castle shall be held in memory by me, that I may acknowledge, recognise, and requite them as they deserve.
And when you accuse me of corrupting and deteriorating the youth, do you allege that I corrupt them intentionally or unintentionally?
SOCRATES: Are we to say that we are never intentionally to do wrong, or that in one way we ought and in another way we ought not to do wrong, or is doing wrong always evil and dishonorable, as I was just now saying, and as has been already acknowledged by us?