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intended

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adjective in·tend·ed \in-ˈten-dəd\

Definition of intended

  1. 1 :  expected to be such in the future an intended career his intended bride

  2. 2 :  intentional

intendedly

adverb

Examples of intended in a sentence

  1. The book failed to reach its intended audience.

  2. you may feign innocence, but I know that that last remark was an intended dig

15th Century

First Known Use of intended

15th century


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intended

noun in·tend·ed

Definition of intended

  1. :  the person to whom another is engaged

Examples of intended in a sentence

  1. after a bit of bickering, she and her intended have finally picked out a wedding site

1767

First Known Use of intended

1767


INTENDED Defined for English Language Learners

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intended

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adjective in·tend·ed \in-ˈten-dəd\

Definition of intended for English Language Learners

  • : in your mind as a purpose or goal


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intended

noun in·tend·ed

Definition of intended for English Language Learners

  • : a person to whom someone is engaged to be married


Law Dictionary

intended

adjective in·tend·ed

Legal Definition of intended

  1. :  specifically planned or contemplated an intended injury intended uses the intended beneficiary





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