[in-ten-shuh-nl] /ɪnˈtɛn ʃə nl/
done with intention or on purpose; intended:
an intentional insult.
of or relating to intention or purpose.
performed by or expressing intention; deliberate
of or relating to intention or purpose
“on purpose,” 1660s; see intentional + -ly (2).
1520s, from Medieval Latin intentionalis, from intentionem (see intention). Intentional fallacy recorded from 1946. Related: Intentionality.
[in-ten-shuh nd] /ɪnˈtɛn ʃənd/ adjective 1. having particular or specified (often used in combination): a well-intentioned person.
noun, Ethology. 1. behavior that is preparatory to another behavior, as a crouch before a leap.
[in-ten-shuh n] /ɪnˈtɛn ʃən/ noun 1. an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result. 2. the end or object intended; purpose. 3. intentions. 4. the act or fact of intending. 5. Logic. 6. Surgery, Medicine/Medical. a manner or process of healing, as in the healing of a lesion or fracture without […]
- Intention spasm
intention spasm n. A spasmodic contraction of the muscles occurring when a voluntary movement is attempted.