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intense

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈtens/
EXTREME extreme or very strong: intense heat/painPower and intensityEnergy, force and powerHaving a powerful effectStrong feelingsVery and extreme
SERIOUS Intense people are very serious, and usually have strong emotions or opinions: He's always been very intense.Lacking humour
intensely adverb Clare disliked him intensely. intensity noun [U]
Translations of “intense”
in Arabic شَديد…
in Korean 극심한…
in Malaysian terlalu…
in French intense…
in Turkish şiddetli, yoğun, çok ciddi…
in Italian intenso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 強烈的,極度的, 認真的, 熱切的…
in Russian интенсивный, очень сильный, серьезный…
in Polish intensywny, głęboki, poważny…
in Vietnamese cực kỳ…
in Spanish intenso…
in Portuguese intenso…
in Thai แรงกล้า…
in German heftig…
in Catalan intens…
in Japanese 激しい…
in Indonesian sangat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强烈的,极度的, 认真的, 热切的…
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