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Noun
/inˈtelijəns/,
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intelligences, plural;
  1. The ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills
    • - an eminent man of great intelligence
    • - they underestimated her intelligence
  2. A person or being with this ability
    • - extraterrestrial intelligences
  3. The collection of information of military or political value
    • - the chief of military intelligence
    • - the intelligence department
  4. People employed in the collection of military or political information
    • - French intelligence has been able to secure numerous local informers
  5. Information collected in this way
    • - the gathering of intelligence
  6. Information in general; news


  1. the ability to comprehend; to understand and profit from experience
  2. a unit responsible for gathering and interpreting information about an enemy
  3. news: information about recent and important events; "they awaited news of the outcome"
  4. Intelligence is an umbrella term describing a property of the mind including related abilities, such as the capacities for abstract thought, understanding, communication, reasoning, learning, learning from past experiences, planning, and problem solving.
  5. An intelligence agency is a governmental agency that is devoted to information gathering (known in the context as "intelligence") for purposes of national security and defense. ...
  6. Intelligence is a short film starring Milo Ventimiglia, directed by Allen Martinez, played in a dozen festivals in 2006 and at 7 of these festivals such as Silver Lake Film Festival, MethodFest, LA ShortsFest and the Libertas Film Festival in Croatia. It won 5 awards and 3 nominations.
  7. In espionage, intelligence (abbreviated int. or intel.) or active intelligence refers to discrete or secret information with currency and relevance, and the abstraction, evaluation, and understanding of such information for its accuracy and value. ...
  8. Intelligence is a psychology journal that addresses intelligence and psychometrics. Published by Elsevier, it is the journal of the International Society for Intelligence Research. The society was founded in 1977, and the journal begun in 2000 by Douglas K. ...
  9. Military intelligence is a military discipline that exploits a number of information collection and analysis approaches to provide guidance and direction to commanders in support of their decisions.
  10. Capacity of mind, especially to understand principles, truths, facts or meanings, acquire knowledge, and apply it to practice; the ability to learn and comprehend; An entity that has such capacities; Information, usually secret, about the enemy or about hostile activities; A political or ...
  11. (INTELLIGENCES) The part of mankind that Mormons say is eternal. They believe Heavenly Father (pro) created spiritual bodies for these intelligences to inhabit. ...
  12. the ability to perceive, pose and resolve problems.
  13. Information and/or knowledge about an adversary obtained through observation, investigation, analysis, or understanding (DOD JP 1994).
  14. Intelligence is the product resulting from the collection, evaluation, analysis, integration, and interpretation of all available information, that concerns one or more aspects of foreign nations or of areas of foreign operations, and that is immediately or potentially significant to military ...
  15. the ability to create a new, successful, creative response to fit each new, present situation.
  16. Intelligence is the system's level of performance in reaching its objectives.
  17. Our capacity for intellectual and mental achievement.
  18. The ability to see connections between things and differences, quickly. The more info stored in memory the better. Playing with an abillity to see connections, there is also more of an inclination to ask questions.
  19. the innate potential to learn and solve novel problems.
  20. is the way in which we process and apply what we learn and know.--AmyJ 23:14, 13 October 2008 (UTC) - capacity to learn and apply information and concepts--Lisaz 20:52, 19 October 2008 (UTC) Definition: ability to learn and understand or to deal with new or trying situations (Merriam-Webster ...
  21. a type of cause, process, or principle that is able to act with will, forethought, and intentionality to find, select, adapt, and implement the means needed to effectively bring about ends (or achieve goals or realize purposes). (Definition adapted from The Design of Life.)
  22. Intelligence – Wikipedia aptly and succinctly defines: “capacities to reason, to plan, to solve problems, to think abstractly, to comprehend ideas, to use language, and to learn.”
  23. The ability to make appropriate decisions and take appropriate actions in the face of uncertainty. The word 'appropriate' is best characterized in context, and with reference to the task at hand. ...
  24. n.  power of learning, understanding and reasoning; mental ability
  25. Something that is only recognized as occurring in DFLers.  “Intelligence” in Republicans is always referred to as “Hate”