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intense 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/inˈtens/,
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intensest, superlative; intenser, comparative;
  1. (of a condition, quality, feeling, etc.) Existing in a high degree; forceful or extreme
    • - the job demands intense concentration
    • - the heat was intense
  2. (of an action) Highly concentrated
    • - a phase of intense activity
  3. (of a color) Very strong or deep
    • - an intense blue
  4. (of a person) Feeling, or apt to feel, strong emotion; extremely earnest or serious
    • - an intense young woman, passionate about her art
  5. Expressing or marked by strong emotion
    • - a low, intense mutter

  1. possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
  2. acute: extremely sharp or intense; "acute pain"; "felt acute annoyance"; "intense itching and burning"
  3. (of color) having the highest saturation; "vivid green"; "intense blue"
  4. (INTENSELY) Having very strong feelings.
  5. having strength and duration.
  6. adj.  (of sensations) very great or severe; extreme
  7. Deep and complicated.
  8. A singular, potent attribute, such as the earthiness of Sumatra or the smokiness of French Roast.
  9. Usually applied to flavor and taste to indicate a concentrated, penetrating quality.
  10. stories pop up and disappear quickly – speed, using images, coverage brief, fleeting, never examining what led to events or background of situation, and future impacts
  11. Dog is very solid on point, almost as if a carved statue on point.  Also, portrays a very strong desire to find/point birds.
  12. A term that describes wines that express themselves strongly, either aromas and flavors, or of the wine's overall impression.
  13. This describes a wine which packs a punch flavor-wise. An intense wine explodes in your mouth with flavor, making a big impact on your palate. This doesn't mean that wine is necessarily full-bodied or heavy. ...
  14. An “intense” cheese has assertive, concen­trated aromas and flavors.
  15. something that is felt strongly, an extreme effort
  16. Used to describe wines that express their character powerfully.
  17. A presence that pierces its viewer.
  18. Quebec City, Quebec; 1997–2005;
  19. Where you sleep when you camp.