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intense
ɪn'tɛns
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (of color) having the highest saturation.
  2. Extremely sharp or intense.
  3. Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree.
Hyphenationin•tense
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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非常fēichángvery; very much; unusual; extraordinary
强烈的qiángliè destrong
强烈qiánglièintense; (violently) strong
紧张jǐnzhāngnervous; keyed up; intense; tense; strained; in short supply; scarce
热情rèqíngcordial; enthusiastic; passion; passionate; passionately
激越jīyuèintense; loud
酷烈kùlièintense; brutal; fierce
重口味zhòng kǒuwèi(slang) intense; hardcore
激烈jīlièintense; acute; fierce
lónggrand; intense; prosperous; to swell; to bulge; (Chinese surname); short for 吉隆坡, Kuala Lumpur
lièardent; intense; fierce; stern; upright; to give one's life for a noble cause; exploits; achievements
烈性lièxìngstrong; intense; spirited; virulent
尖锐jiānruìsharp; intense; penetrating; pointed; acute (illness)
浓郁nóngyùrich; strong; heavy (fragrance); dense; full-bodied; intense
繁密fánmìnumerous and close together; (of hair) luxuriant; (of woods) dense; (of gunfire) intense
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