characterized by conscious design or purpose
"intentional damage"; "a knowing attempt to defraud"; "a willful waste of time"
done or made or performed with purpose and intent
"style...is more than the deliberate and designed creation"- Havelock Ellis; "games designed for all ages"; "well-designed houses"
Intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily.
Etymology: intention + -al
Done with intent.
Etymology: intention + -al
done by intention or design; intended; designed; as, the act was intentional, not accidental
Etymology: [Cf. F. intentionnel.]
The numerical value of intentional in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of intentional in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of intentional in a Sentence
This is not just about the number of jobs, but also the quality of jobs, we effectively place a floor on the quality of compensation that's provided not only by the public sector, but by the private sector. One of the intentional goals of the federal jobs guarantee is to eliminate bad jobs.
( Trump) throws out a lie -- it is an intentional lie, to get the media and commentators focused on something that isn't true and his base believes it.
But guess what, the crackdowns are happening and they’re aggressive and they’re intentional and they’re about to get worse —but don’t get me wrong, the Obama administration was aggressive on deportation, too, nobody talks about it.
I made a mistake, shouldn't have been driving last night, it wasn't intentional though.
That's intentional and that's what we've been doing since the beginning.
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- преднамерен, умишленBulgarian
- intencionatCatalan, Valencian
- úmyslný, záměrnýCzech
- vorsätzlich, absichtlichGerman
- aikomuksellinen, tahallinen, tarkoituksellinenFinnish
- volontaire, intentionnelFrench
- בכוונה, מכווןHebrew
- 故意, 作為的Japanese
- opzettelijk, met voorbedachte radeDutch
- umyślny, zamierzonyPolish
- proposital, intencionalPortuguese
- намеренный, преднамеренный, умышленныйRussian
- nameran, namjeran, намеран, намјеранSerbo-Croatian
- zámerný, úmyselnýSlovak
- med uppsåt, uppsåtlig, avsiktligSwedish
- навмисний, умиснийUkrainian
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