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  • intent — in·tent /in tent/ n 1: the act or fact of intending: as a: the design or purpose to commit a wrongful or criminal act – called also criminal intent; compare knowledge, mens rea …   Law dictionary

  • intent — n *intention, purpose, design, aim, end, object, objective, goal Analogous words: *will, volition, conation Antonyms: accident Contrasted words: *chance, hap, luck, fortune, hazard intent adj Intent, engrossed, absorbed, rapt mean having one s… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Intent — In*tent , a. [L. intentus, p. p. of intendere. See {Intend}, and cf. {Intense}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Closely directed; strictly attentive; bent; said of the mind, thoughts, etc.; as, a mind intent on self improvement. [1913 Webster] 2. Having the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Intent scale translation — is a mathematical technique used by marketers to convert stated purchase intentions into purchase probabilities, that is, into an estimate of actual buying behaviour. It takes survey data on consumers purchase intentions and converts it into… …   Wikipedia

  • intent — ► NOUN ▪ intention or purpose. ► ADJECTIVE 1) (intent on/upon) determined to do. 2) (intent on/upon) attentively occupied with. 3) showing earnest and eager attention. ● to all intents a …   English terms dictionary

  • intent — [in tent′; ] for n., also [ in′tent΄] adj. [L intentus, pp. of intendere: see INTEND] 1. firmly directed or fixed; earnest; intense [an intent look] 2. a) having the mind or attention firmly directed or fixed; engrossed [intent on his studies] …   English World dictionary

  • intent on/upon something — intent on/upon (something) : giving all of your attention and effort to a specific task or goal She seems intent on destroying our credibility. [=she seems to be determined to destroy our credibility] They were intent on their work. [=they were… …   Useful english dictionary

  • intent on/upon — (something) : giving all of your attention and effort to a specific task or goal She seems intent on destroying our credibility. [=she seems to be determined to destroy our credibility] They were intent on their work. [=they were focused on their …   Useful english dictionary

  • Intent — in law is the planning and desire to perform an act, to fail to do so (i.e. an omission) or to achieve a state of affairs in psychological view it may mean a different thing.In criminal law, for a given actus reus ( guilty act ), the required… …   Wikipedia

  • Intent — In*tent , n. [OE. entent, entente, attention, purpose, OF. entente, F. entente understanding, meaning; a participial noun, fr. F. & OF. entendre. See {Intend}.] The act of turning the mind toward an object; hence, a design; a purpose; intention;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • intent-to-use application — (ITU) An alternative method for seeking federal trademark registration based on the applicant s bona fide intent to use the mark in commerce in the near future. Although an ITU applicant may reserve the mark for a limited time, registration on… …   Law dictionary


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