intentness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
şevk
dikkat
gayret
{i} istek
{i} arzu
isteklilik
intent
niyet

O, otuzlu yaşlara kadar bir bebek sahibi olma niyetinin olmadığını söylüyor. - She says she has no intention of having a baby until she's in her thirties.

Benim niyetim size herhangi bir şekilde zarar vermek değildir. - It is not my intent to hurt you in any way.

intent
{i} maksat

Tom'un maksatları oldukça açıktı. - Tom's intentions were quite clear.

Onun maksatları belirsizdi. - His intentions were unclear.

intentness of purpose
azimkârlık
intent
{i} gaye
intent
istekli
intent
{i} amaç

Onların amaçları açıktır. - Their intentions are obvious.

Amaçlarını bilmem gerekiyor. - I need to know your intentions.

intent
meşgul

Para kazanmayla o kadar meşguldü ki başka bir şey düşünecek vakti yoktu - He was so intent on money-making that he had no time to think of anything else.

intent
(Kanun) niyet etmek
intent
{s} niyetli

İyi niyetli olduğuna eminim. - I'm sure your intentions are pure.

Fransızca öğrenmeye niyetlidir. - He has been intent on learning French.

intent
dikkatli
intent
azimli
intent
dik

Tom dikkatle dinliyor. - Tom is listening intently.

Tom dikkatle Mary'ye baktı. - Tom stared at Mary intently.

intent
intentness sıkı dikkat
intent
kasıt

Evet, bunu kasıtlı yaptım. - Yes, I did this intentionally.

Tom bu hatayı kasıtlı olarak yaptı. - Tom made this mistake intentionally.

intent
dalmış
intent
kararlı
intent
{i} amaç, maksat, niyet. s
intent
hevesli
intent
intently dikkatle
İngilizce - İngilizce
The condition of being intent
The state or quality of being intent; close application; attention
{i} quality of being concentrated or focused; determination, resoluteness; purposefulness
the quality of being intent and concentrated; "the intentness of his gaze
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The state of someone’s mind at the time of committing an offence
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Unwavering from a course of action
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Firmly fixed or concentrated on something
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purport
ıntentness
{n} closeness, eagerness
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(n ) a property of a dummy argument that is neither a procedure nor a pointer, indicating whether it is intended to transfer data into the procedure, out of the procedure, or both
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You say to all intents and purposes to suggest that a situation is not exactly as you describe it but the effect is the same as if it were. To all intents and purposes he was my father
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The Financial Procedures Manual is published to provide: a) A vehicle to implement financial policy throughout the University, b) A uniform method of distributing and housing of published procedures, c) An easy reference for the user to the accounting codes, accounting classification and documentation contained within the Financial System, d) A valuable administrative aid for the training of new personnel
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A person's intent is their intention to do something. a strong statement of intent on arms control
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The act of turning the mind toward an object; hence, a design; a purpose; intention; meaning; drift; aim
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Reiki is an Intent driven system Intent is the key to using the Reiki energy in healing and attunements
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Provides clarification to programs in the application of and in connection with compliance with the Standards Intents set forth some reasons and purposes for the particular Standards, but are not exclusive or exhaustive Other purposes may apply
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Having the mind closely directed to or bent on an object; sedulous; eager in pursuit of an object; formerly with to, but now with on; as, intent on business or pleasure
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{i} plan, goal, aim, objective; meaning, intention, significance
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The focus of attention of the technology By providing purpose and focus, intent is the means by which a single-level technology becomes a magical-technology: thought is converted to physical action, for example, or subjective emotion assessed through objective reflection
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Closely directed; strictly attentive; bent; said of the mind, thoughts, etc
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The part of memory in an information system with which a set of signals is associated Compare "content" The association may be of any type Among the most common cases in which we consider intent is naming
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  One of the constitutive elements of moral decision-making   The morality of human acts depends on: the object, the intention, and the circumstances of the act   A morally good act requires the goodness of its object, of its end, and of its circumstances together   It is therefore an error to judge the morality of human acts by considering only the intention that inspires them or the circumstances (environment, social pressure, duress or emergency, etc ) which supply their context   There are acts which, in and of themselves, independently of circumstances and intentions, are always gravely illicit by reason of their object; such as blasphemy and perjury, murder and adultery   One may not do evil so that good may result from it (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1756-60)   (see double effect)
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An attribute of a dummy argument that is not a pointer or procedure It indicates whether the argument is used to transfer data into the procedure, out of the procedure, or both
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{s} concentrated, fixed, focused; determined, resolute; purposeful
intent
n State of mind operative at the time of action
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The purpose of something that is intended
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wholly absorbed as in thought; "deep in thought"; "that engrossed look or rapt delight"; "the book had her totally engrossed"; "enwrapped in dreams"; "so intent on this fantastic narrative that she hardly stirred"- Walter de la Mare; "rapt with wonder"; "wrapped in thought"
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the intended meaning of a communication
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The state of someone's mind at the time of committing an offence
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the most important thing in the multiverse after love
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as, a mind intent on self-improvement
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directed with intense concentration; "a fixed stare"; "an intent gaze"
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The purpose or goal of the spell or ritual
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Engrossed
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If you are intent on doing something, you are eager and determined to do it. The rebels are obviously intent on keeping up the pressure
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Mental attitude at the time a person commits criminal offense
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If someone does something in an intent way, they pay great attention to what they are doing. She looked from one intent face to another + intently in·tent·ly He listened intently, then slammed down the phone
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Something that is intended; an aim or purpose In the case of electronic signatures, viewing the document and then taking a particular action, such as pressing a button, typing their name or entering a secret PIN, establishes the borrower’s intent to sign the document electronically
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an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions; "his intent was to provide a new translation"; "good intentions are not enough"; "it was created with the conscious aim of answering immediate needs"; "he made no secret of his designs"
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Demonstrating a deliberate series of actions with the objective of debilitating defense or economic security by destroying or incapacitating a critical infrastructure
intentness

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    (adjective.) 14th century. Latin intentus, from past participle of intendere.

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