intend


intend
1. III
intend smth. intend marriage намереваться жениться; he intended no harm он не имел в виду ничего плохого; they intended no offence (по insult) они не хотели [вас] обидеть (оскорбить); is that what you intended? вы этого хотели?, это то, чего вы хотели?
2. VII
intend smb. to do smth. intend him to believe that (to go south, to write it, etc.) хотеть, чтобы он поверил в это и т. д., where did you intend him to go? куда вы собирались его послать?
3. XI
be intended is that intended? это сделано (пред)намеренно?; be intended to do (to be) smth. be intended to be a museum (to be a picture gallery, to be lived in, etc.) предназначаться под музей и т. д.; this measure is intended to secure peace эта мера рассчитана /направлена/ на укрепление мира; is this sketch (portrait) intended to be me? этот рисунок (портрет) должен изображать меня?; be intended for smth., smb. be intended for constant use (for advanced students, for publication, for the screen, for a festival day, for habitation, etc.) предназначаться для постоянного пользования и т. д.; he is intended for the bar (for the medical profession, for the career of a merchant, etc.) его прочат в юристы и т. д.; be intended for smb. this gift is intended for you этот подарок [предназначается] вам /для вас/; this remark is intended for me это замечание относится ко мне, это замечание в мой адрес; be intended as smth. be intended as a compensation (as a hinge, as a plug, etc.) предназначаться в качестве компенсации и т. д., it was intended as a joke это была лишь шутка; all other conditions must remain as originally intended все прочие условия должны сохраняться /оставаться/ в том виде, в каком они были первоначально задуманы
4. XIII
intend to do smth. intend to tell him about it (to leave in a month, to go home, to start for England, to buy a new suit today, etc.) собираться /намереваться/ рассказать ему об этом и т. д., I didn't " to hurt you (to insult you) я не хотел вас обидеть /сделать вам больно/ (оскорбить вас); he doesn't intend to obey you он и не думает вас слушаться; what do you intend to do? что вы намерены делать?
5. XIV
intend doing smth. intend writing him a letter (going to Rome, making an escape, enlarging one's business, etc.) собираться /намереваться/ написать ему письме и т. д.; what do you intend doing? какие у вас планы?, что вы собираетесь делать?
6. XXI1
intend smth. for (to) smb. intend this present for you (this purse for him, this place for the children, etc.) предназначать этот подарок вам /для вас/ и т. д., I intend по harm (no offence) to you я не хочу вас никак обидеть (оскорбить); intend smth. for smth. intend the play for the screen (this collection for the museum, the record of the journey for publication, etc.) предназначать пьесу для экранизации и т. д., I intended it for a compliment я имел в виду сделать [вам] комплимент, я хотел, чтобы это прозвучало как похвала; intend smb. for smth. intend the boy for a soldier (him for the army, the girl for the convent, etc.) предназначать /готовить/ мальчика к военной карьере и т. д., father intended his son for the medical profession отцу хотелось, чтобы сын стал врачом /занялся медициной/
7. XXIV1
intend smth. as smth. intend smth. as a stopgap (as a pleasantry, as a compensation, etc.) рассматривать что-л. в качестве временной меры и т. д.
8. XXV
intend that... intend that they shall be paid (that this reform shall be carried through this year, etc.) намереваться заплатить им и т. д.; we intend that it shall be done мы намереваемся принять меры, чтобы это было сделано, мы собираемся провести это в жизнь

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "intend" в других словарях:

  • intend — 1. Intend is followed in standard usage by a to infinitive (We intend to go / We intended you to go), by a verbal noun (We intend going), or by a that clause (We intended that you should go). In the passive, it is followed by for in the meaning… …   Modern English usage

  • Intend — In*tend ([i^]n*t[e^]nd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Intended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Intending}.] [OE. entenden to be attentive, F. entendre, fr. L. intendre, intentum, and intensum, to intend, attend, stretch out, extend; pref. in in + tendere to stretch …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • intend — intend, mean, design, propose, purpose signify to have in mind as an aim, end, or function. Intend implies that the mind is directed to some definite accomplishment or to the achievement of a definite end {if one earnestly intends a conspiracy,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • intend — in·tend /in tend/ vt: to have in one s mind as a purpose or goal did not intend to kill her Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. intend …   Law dictionary

  • intend — ► VERB 1) have as one s aim or plan. 2) plan that (something) should be, do, or mean something: the book was intended as a satire. 3) (intend for/to do) design or destine for a particular purpose. 4) (be intended for) be meant for the use of.… …   English terms dictionary

  • Intend — may refer to:* Intendant * Intended reader * Intending cross* Intend Change , a 1999 consulting businessee also* Intent * In * Tend …   Wikipedia

  • intend — [in tend′] vt. [ME entenden < OFr entendre < L intendere, to stretch out for, aim at < in , in, at + tendere, to stretch: see THIN] 1. to have in mind as a purpose; plan 2. to mean (something) to be or be used (for); design; destine [a… …   English World dictionary

  • intend — (v.) c.1300, direct one s attention to, from O.Fr. entendre, intendre to direct one s attention (in Modern French principally to hear ), from L. intendere turn one s attention, strain, lit. stretch out, extend, from in toward (see IN (Cf. in )… …   Etymology dictionary

  • intend — [v] have in mind; determine add up, aim, appoint, aspire to, attempt, be determined, be resolved, connote, contemplate, decree, dedicate, denote, design, designate, destine, devote, endeavor, essay, expect, express, figure on, have in mind, hope… …   New thesaurus

  • intend */*/*/ — UK [ɪnˈtend] / US verb [transitive] Word forms intend : present tense I/you/we/they intend he/she/it intends present participle intending past tense intended past participle intended 1) to have a plan in your mind to do something intend to do… …   English dictionary

  • intend — in|tend [ ın tend ] verb transitive *** 1. ) to have a plan in your mind to do something: intend to do something: What do you intend to do about this? intend someone/something to do something: I never intended it to turn out like that. intend… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English



Поделиться ссылкой на выделенное

Прямая ссылка:
Нажмите правой клавишей мыши и выберите «Копировать ссылку»

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.