- 1 (concentrated)(study/preparation)
intensivo(fire/shelling)they made an intensive search of the building
intensivoregistraron el edificio detenidamenteExample sentences
- But many of these ingredients haven't been subjected to intensive research that proves this benefit.
- A passenger whose baggage triggers an alarm might in turn be subject to intensive search procedures - and those are no laughing matter.
- Security inside and outside the court was heavy with everyone entering the building scanned and subject to intensive searches.
- Nor is a return to ‘primitive’ farming practices the only alternative to factory farming and highly intensive agriculture.
- Like intensive power production, so intensive agriculture spares the landscape.
- The location of participation across the state, as expected, closely follows the areas of intensive commercial agricultural production.
- 3 (Physics)(property/measurement)
- Clearly, the intercept differences produced by the intensive properties were substantially smaller than those produced by spatial properties.
- It is an intensive physical property of a particular material and does not depend on the amount of material present.
- The first one is the vestibule of the channel, where the curvature of the dielectric boundary generates intensive electrostatic forces.
- (American English) → intensifier 1Example sentences
- Particles are added, usually as completives and intensives, to two and three-syllable verbs of Latin origin: contract out, divide off/up, level off, measure off/out, select out, separate off/out.
- That is from the words of the intensives used when they talk about ‘very likely’, ‘you see it all the time’, et cetera.
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