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intentionnoun [C/U]

 us   /ɪnˈten·ʃən/
something that you want and plan to do; an aim: [U] I have no intention of selling this house. [C] He had good intentions (= He meant to be kind), but unfortunately things just didn’t work out.
Translations of “intention”
in Korean 의도…
in Arabic نِيّة…
in Portuguese intenção…
in Catalan intenció…
in Japanese 意図, 目的…
in Italian intenzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意圖,打算…
in Russian намерение…
in Turkish niyet, maksat, kasıt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意图,打算…
in Polish zamiar, intencja…
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