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Synonyms for intensive
ɪnˈtɛn sɪvin·ten·sive

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  1. intensifier, intensiveadjective

    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"

    Synonyms:
    intensifier

    Antonyms:
    mild, extensive

  2. intensiveadjective

    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"

    Antonyms:
    mild, extensive

  3. intensiveadjective

    tending to give force or emphasis

    "an intensive adverb"

    Antonyms:
    mild, extensive

  4. intensiveadjective

    of agriculture; intended to increase productivity of a fixed area by expending more capital and labor

    "intensive agriculture"; "intensive conditions"

    Antonyms:
    mild, extensive

Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. intensiveadjective

    Synonyms:
    intensifying

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How to use intensive in a sentence?

  1. Rohini Bhole:

    Jerry Lee is expected to fully recover with aggressive and intensive rehab, from what I have seen thus far, he is heading in the right direction.

  2. Jay Portnoy:

    I'm actually relieved, right now, our hospital is filled, not all Covid patients but many Covid patients, including our intensive care unit.

  3. Steffen Seibert:

    The number of severe cases in intensive patients is still rising. The number of deaths is something that is not really being talked about and it remains very high, we have not yet managed to bring the numbers back to a low level. We have basically only managed to get past the first step so far, that is, to stop the strong, steep, exponential increase of infections and we are now stable, but our numbers are still very, very high.

  4. Mark Wietecha:

    I think most areas, we are nearing or exceeding pediatric intensive care capacity.

  5. The ACEP:

    CORONAVIRUS : BIOTECH COMPANY SHIPS FIRST BATCHES OF VACCINE, TO BE TESTED ON HUMANS : REPORT Nurses at a drive-up coronavirus testing station set up by the University of Washington Medical Center sanitize their hands after taking a nose swab sample from a person in a car Friday, March 13, 2020, in Seattle. ( AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) A 70-year-old physician in Paterson, N.J., -- who leads the emergency preparedness unit at an institution in the state -- was admitted to a hospitallast week with upper respiratory problems and remains isolated in intensive care. In Washington, an emergency physician in his 40s is in stable but critical condition after having symptoms consistent with the COVID-19. Itsunknown whether the virus was spread at work or in the community, The ACEP said. He worked at EvergreenHealth Medical Center in Kirkland, Wash., where at least 15 people have died from the virus, according to the New York Times. Its located near the Seattle area, whichis known as the epicenter of the virus outbreak in the U.S. This was an area with an outbreak, so they were expecting and prepared. That obviously makes us more nervous.Dr. Angela Fusaro, an emergency doctor in Georgia told the paper. NEW YORK CITY CLOSING MOVIE THEATERS, ENTERTAINMENT VENUES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS The recent shortage of N-95 protective masksis also worrisome fordoctors, who need them to treat patients, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams wrote on Twitter in late February. They are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching #Coronavirus, but if healthcare providers cant get them to care for sick patients, it puts them and our communities at risk !


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