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Translation of "intend" - English-Spanish dictionary

intend

verb   /ɪnˈtend/
B1 to want and plan to do something pretender, tener la intención de How long do you intend to stay in Paris?
be intended for someone
to be made for a particular person or reason estar pensado para alguien The books are intended for young children.
(Definition of intend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

intend

verb /inˈtend/
to mean or plan (to do something or that someone else should do something) tener la intención de, querer Do you still intend to go? Do you intend them to go? Do you intend that they should go too?
to mean (something) to be understood in a particular way pretender, querer decir His remarks were intended to be a compliment.
(with for) to direct at ir dirigido a That letter/bullet was intended for me.
intent /-t/ adjective
(with on) meaning, planning or wanting to do (something) decidido, resuelto, que tiene intención de He’s intent on going He’s intent on marrying the girl.
(with on) concentrating hard on absorto She was intent on the job she was doing.
intention /-ʃən/ noun
what a person plans or intends to do intención 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 Despite all his good intentions, he couldn’t cheer her up.
intentional /-ʃənl/ adjective
(opposite unintentional) done, said etc deliberately and not by accident intencional I’m sorry I offended you – it wasn’t intentional an intentional act of violence.
intentionally adverb
intencionalmente He intentionally misled her.
intently adverb
with great concentration atentamente He was watching her intently.
(Definition of intend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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