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Sentence count:131+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: compounddeepenescalateheightenstep upSimilar words: intensificationintensiveintensityintenseutensiltensionextensionextensiveMeaning: [ɪn'tensɪfaɪ]  v. 1. increase in extent or intensity 2. make more intense, stronger, or more marked 3. become more intense 4. make the chemically affected part of (a negative) denser or more opaque in order produce a stronger contrast between light and dark. 
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1. Guerrillas have pledged to intensify the armed struggle against the new government.
2. The extreme cold seemed, if anything, to intensify.
3. The conflict is almost bound to intensify.
4. The reforms served only to intensify the misery of the poorer peasants.
5. The controversy is only expected to intensify.
6. The latest merger will intensify competition among defense companies.
7. The aftershocks intensify threefold each time.
8. Money and technological advance intensify the problem.
9. A more assertive leadership could intensify these battles.
10. Markets intensify economic inequality and add to the numbers of the poor. 3.
11. If anything, they served to intensify the boredom by providing a comparative.
12. The scheme merely encourages farmers to intensify production on their remaining land, it is argued.
13. The downpour did not intensify by degrees but simply gushed forth with biblical fury, vertical and windless.
14. These problems would intensify following the introduction of a core monetary union.
15. Liberalization and the introduction of competition intensify the split between winners and losers among electricity technologies and fuels according to environmental criteria.
16. The latest figures announced yesterday will intensify pressure on the Government to produce a jobs package in next month's Budget.
17. He also will intensify the fight against crime and continue to work for welfare reform.
18. Some flowers intensify their colours towards the centre or introduce another shade altogether - forget-me-nots, hollyhocks, bindweed.
19. Companies may intensify production, improve productivity or reduce output - all of which tend to reduce employment.
20. He also said he would order staffers to intensify efforts to find more wells.
21. It will even tolerate strong light, when the colour of the leaves will intensify.
22. Relationships with the global trading and financial systems have continued to intensify.
23. When you come down on him too hard, you may only intensify his own self-criticism and probably even self-hatred.
24. The awareness of the world's antiquity which was often with me seemed to intensify[Sentencedict], to be a solace.
25. Add black olives and tomatoes and simmer sauce vigorously for 4 to 5 minutes to intensify.
26. Nevertheless, informal care by families faces considerable pressure at present and this is likely to intensify during the 1990s.
27. Second, the contradictions inherent in the demands made on the state were likely to intensify as capitalist development proceeded.
28. It is possible that future developments in storage and warehousing may intensify these problems.
29. As financial liberalisation proceeds, competition among the foreign houses will intensify.
30. Add black olives and tomatoes and simmer sauce vigorously for 4 to 5 minutes to intensify. Season with salt and pepper.
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