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intensity

noun [U]  us   /ɪnˈten·sɪ·ɪ̬i/
the quality of being extreme in strength or force: Simone sings with emotional intensity. The light hit us with such intensity that we ducked. art Intensity in a work of art describes the strength of the color, sound, light, or feeling.
Translations of “intensity”
in Korean 강렬함…
in Arabic كَثافة, شِدذة…
in Portuguese intensidade, veemência…
in Catalan intensitat…
in Japanese 激しさ…
in Italian intensità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 強烈, 劇烈, (光、聲音等的)強度…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强烈, 剧烈, (光、声等的)强度…
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