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  1. in·ten·tion
    IPA[inˈten(t)SH(ə)n]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: intention, plural noun: intentions

    • noun

      a thing intended; an aim or plan:

      the action or fact of intending:

    • noun

      (in the Roman Catholic Church) a special aim or purpose for which a mass is celebrated or prayers are said.
    • noun

      the healing of a wound in which the edges do not meet, and new epithelium must form across granulation tissue:
    • noun

      the healing of a wound by natural contact of the parts involved:
    • noun

      a trembling of a part of the body when attempting a precise movement, associated especially with disease of the cerebellum.
    • noun

      another term for special intention
    • noun

      the healing of a wound in which the edges do not meet, and new epithelium must form across granulation tissue:
    • noun

      the healing of a wound by natural contact of the parts involved:
    • noun

      (in the Roman Catholic Church) a special aim or purpose for which a mass is celebrated or prayers are said.
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