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  1. intensive

    • IPA[ɪnˈtɛnsɪv]

    英式

    • adj.
      concentrated on a single subject or into a short time; very thorough or vigorous;(of agriculture) aiming to achieve maximum production within a limited area, especially by using chemical and technological aids
    • n.
      an intensive adjective, adverb, or particle; an intensifier.
    • 釋義

    形容詞

    • 1. concentrated on a single subject or into a short time; very thorough or vigorous she undertook an intensive Arabic course eight days of intensive arms talks
    • (of agriculture) aiming to achieve maximum production within a limited area, especially by using chemical and technological aids intensive farming less intensive, more environmentally friendly forms of farming
    • (typically in business and economics) concentrating on or making much use of a specified thing computer-intensive methods
    • 2. (of an adjective, adverb, or particle) giving force or emphasis.
    • 3. denoting a property which is measured in terms of intensity (e.g. concentration) rather than of extent (e.g. volume), and so is not simply increased by addition of one thing to another.

    名詞

    • 1. an intensive adjective, adverb, or particle; an intensifier.