Concentrated on a single area or subject or into a short time; very thorough or vigorous,
Concentrated on a single area or subject or into a short time; very thorough or vigorous
she undertook an intensive Arabic course
eight days of intensive arms talks
(of agriculture) Aiming to achieve the highest possible level of production within a limited area, esp. by using chemical and technological aids
(typically in business and economics) Concentrating on or making much use of a specified thing
(of an adjective, adverb, or particle) Expressing intensity; giving force or emphasis
Denoting a property that is measured in terms of intensity (e.g., concentration) rather than of extent (e.g., volume), and so is not simply increased by addition of one thing to another
An intensive adjective, adverb, or particle; an intensifier
characterized by a high degree or intensity; often used as a combining form; "the questioning was intensive"; "intensive care"; "research-intensive"; "a labor-intensive industry"
intensifier: a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies; "`up' in `finished up' is an intensifier"; "`honestly' in `I honestly don't know' is an intensifier"
tending to give force or emphasis; "an intensive adverb"
of agriculture; intended to increase productivity of a fixed area by expending more capital and labor; "intensive agriculture"; "intensive conditions"
In grammar, an intensive form of a word is one which denotes stronger or more forceful action as compared with the root on which the intensive is built. Intensives are usually lexical formations, but there may be a regular process for forming intensives from a base root. ...
(Intensiveness) the subjective feeling of the level of effort one is putting forth. Not to be confused with intensity as defined above.
(INTENSIVES) Name given to the period of Satsang Aspirants go through in the days preceding their Knowledge initiation ceremony, where the indoctrination becomes more intense. Satsang and watching the Keys becomes more time demanding. ...
a specific number of hours of auditing given to a preclear over a short period of time, as a series of successive sessions at regularly scheduled intervals. As an example, modern auditing is sold and delivered in 121/2-hour intensives.
giving one-way, concentrated counseling to a single client by a group of counselors, for several hours or days. Intensives are given to a person who is in some transitional phase, great leap, or crisis. It is recommended that each community (area, region) gives their leader intensives regularly. ...
Of production, using a relatively large amount of an input. See factor intensity.
A unit delivery mode which compresses an entire course into a period of 3-4 days. The Graduate School of Business offers this mode at our campus locations in Perth, Miri and Hong Kong.
The primary Siddha Yoga meditation program, which was designed by Swami Muktananda to give spiritual initiation by awakening the kundalini energy.
An intensive functions of state does not vary with the amount of the substance present. Examples are temperature, pressure, tension and external magnetic field. All functions of state are either extensive or intensive.
Category name from Three-Tier Model for students functioning significantly below grade level.
doing something often, in this context that something is therapy
pronoun: "That's the man himself" (Gk αυτος Lat. ipse; can function adjectivally: see definite article below and Smyth §§328 and 1204–1217).