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Intensively

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Adverb

1. intensively

in an intensive manner

Example Sentences:
'he studied the snake intensively'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Intensively

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adjective
1. 
involving the maximum use of land, time, or some other resource
intensive agriculture
an intensive course
2. (usually in combination)
using one factor of production proportionately more than others, as specified
capital-intensive
labour-intensive
3. agriculture
involving or farmed using large amounts of capital or labour to increase production from a particular area
Compare extensive (sense 3)
4. 
denoting or relating to a grammatical intensifier
5. 
denoting or belonging to a class of pronouns used to emphasize a noun or personal pronoun, such as himself in the sentence John himself did it. In English, intensive pronouns are identical in form with reflexive pronouns
6. 
of or relating to intension
7. physics
of or relating to a local property, measurement, etc, that is independent of the extent of the system
Compare extensive (sense 4)
noun
8. 
an intensifier or intensive pronoun or grammatical construction

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Intensively

see synonyms of intensively
adjective
1. 
increasing or causing to increase in degree or amount
2. 
of or characterized by intensity; thorough, profound, and intense; concentrated or exhaustive
3. 
designating care of an especially attentive nature given to critically ill hospital patients, typically in a special ward (intensive care unit)
4.  Agriculture
designating a system of farming which aims at the increase of yield per acre by using increased labor, capital, etc.
see also extensive (sense 4)
5.  Grammar
giving force or emphasis; emphasizing
“very” in “the very same man” is an intensive adverb
noun
6. 
anything that intensifies
7. 
an intensive word, prefix, etc.

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Intensively

see synonyms of intensively
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.

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