Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of intending in English
UK /ɪnˈtend /
US /ɪnˈtend /
- See also intend
Present participle of intend
(of a person) planning or meaning to do or be the specified thing.
"An intending client"
An intending client
It was intended as a compliment, honestly!
The course is intended for intermediate-level students.
I spent much more than I intended to.
"I did not set out to write another novel. One day I sat down with the thought of trying my hand at a piece of nonfiction, a personal memoir of youth, but over the next several weeks, without intending it, the work began evolving into what has become 'Tomcat in Love."
"When I got to college, I was intending to study film. But I found that my brain was feeling mushy, so I took a few math classes. I started doing really well at them, and solving equations was this, like, drug rush."
"The power of intention is a critical factor in all areas of life. Simply by intending to create synchronicity in your life, you can nurture that result."
"I dont have a problem with fame. I got into this business intending to be very successful, but I wanted it to be at my price."
"The main line of the Yugoslav Attack has become just too vast for most players to study in depth, and anyone intending to venture into such tricky waters needs to have an intimate knowledge of all the hidden reefs."