intensiveadjectiveuk us /ɪnˈten.sɪv/
- The course compresses two year's training into six intensive months.
- The soil has been so heavily leached through intensive farming that it is no longer fertile.
- The allies let loose an intensive artillery bombardment over the border.
- As agriculture became more capital intensive, many farm labourers moved to the towns and cities to look for work.
- In some areas, modern intensive farming is giving way to the re-introduction of traditional methods.
- a hive of activity/industry idiom
- be (as) busy as a bee idiom
- be all go idiom
- be at work idiom
- be back in harness idiom
- girlie swot
- have (got) sth on
- have sth on your plate idiom
- tie sb up
- well away idiom