intensified, past participle; intensifies, 3rd person singular present; intensifying, present participle; intensified, past tense;
Become or make more intense
the dispute began to intensify
they had intensified their military campaign
Increase the opacity of (a negative) using a chemical
the negative may be intensified with bichloride
escalate: increase in extent or intensity; "The Allies escalated the bombing"
make more intense, stronger, or more marked; "The efforts were intensified", "Her rudeness intensified his dislike for her"; "Pot smokers claim it heightens their awareness"; "This event only deepened my convictions"
make the chemically affected part of (a negative) denser or more opaque in order produce a stronger contrast between light and dark
(intensifying) increasing in strength or intensity
(intensification) action that makes something stronger or more extreme
(intensification) the act of increasing the contrast of (a photographic film)
Intensified is an album by Desmond Dekker & the Aces released in 1970.
(intensifying) the relationship stage during which persons become good friends.
(Intensification) (agricultural): Process by which additional labor, capital or other inputs are used to increase agricultural production on a given unit of land.
(intensification) an increase in the product derived from a unit of land or labor.
(Intensification) Adding additional anti-HIV drugs to an existing treatment regimen, usually because that regimen failed to adequately control HIV replication.
(INTENSIFICATION) The increase of dwelling densities above that which was there previously, including infill and urban consolidation.
(INTENSIFICATION) Regarding urban planning, involves the expanded use of buildings and serviced land to provide additional housing stock and more effectively use of existing municipal services as opposed to the creation of new housing stock through subdivision developments, and has various ...
(Intensification) Increasing the amount, number or combination of anti-cancer drugs given to a patient in an attempt to kill drug-resistant or residual leukemic cells.
(Intensification) increase the supply of housing in locations that reduce housing and transportation costs, such as Transit-Oriented Development, brownfields, and commercial corridors.
(Intensification) means the development of a property, site or area at a higher density that currently exists through:
(intensification) Increases in labour productivity through managerial and organizational changes.
(intensification) is also seen in v. 4: "laughing" is a word which can seem almost playful, scoffing carries rather the idea of scorn and derision.
To increase or concentrate, such as to increase the Voltage of an electrical Current.