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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.
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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"
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intentionally

adverb deliberately, on purpose, wilfully, by design, designedly I've never intentionally hurt anyone.
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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
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intentionally

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

advabsichtlich
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intentionally

[ɪnˈtɛnʃnəlɪ] advintenzionalmente, deliberatemente
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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.
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References in classic literature ?
"But at least, Mamma, you cannot deny the absurdity of the accusation, though you may not think it intentionally ill-natured.
Tyrrel has rushed to the conclusion that the harm he has done he did intentionally -- which is as much as to say, in so many words, that he had a prophetic conviction, when he came into the house, of what she would do when he left it.
And the great blessing of riches, I do not say to every man, but to a good man, is, that he has had no occasion to deceive or to defraud others, either intentionally or unintentionally; and when he departs to the world below he is not in any apprehension about offerings due to the gods or debts which he owes to men.
"I did not do it intentionally, and not doing it intentionally, I said 'Excuse me.' It appears to me that this is quite enough.
It seemed that Hooja had made it appear that I had intentionally left Dian behind, and that I did not purpose ever returning to Pellucidar.
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.
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.
I do not mean that the adult Martians are unnecessarily or intentionally cruel to the young, but theirs is a hard and pitiless struggle for existence upon a dying planet, the natural resources of which have dwindled to a point where the support of each additional life means an added tax upon the community into which it is thrown.
But man has such a predilection for systems and abstract deductions that he is ready to distort the truth intentionally, he is ready to deny the evidence of his senses only to justify his logic.
Either from awkwardness or intentionally (no one could have said which) after the shawl had been adjusted he kept his arm around her for a long time, as though embracing her.
"I beg to say," Francine proceeded, "that I didn't intentionally see you kiss Emily's hand."
He hath often lamented it to me, and hath as often protested in the most solemn manner he hath never been intentionally guilty of any offence towards you; nay, he hath sworn he would rather die a thousand deaths than he would have his conscience upbraid him with one disrespectful, ungrateful, or undutiful thought towards you.