intend

  核心詞匯  
[?n'tend]     [?n'tend]    
  • vt. 想要;打算;意指
intended intended intending intends
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intend的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

詳盡釋義

v. (動詞)
  1. 想要;打算;企圖;意欲;計劃
  2. 意指,意思是,意味著
  3. 準備,打算使…(成為),欲使(某物)被用于(for)
  4. 對…集中注意力;專注于
  5. 想讓…做
  6. 把…引向或轉向
  7. 合法地解釋或說明
  8. 趕路;出發

雙解釋義

v. (動詞)
  1. vt. 意欲,打算 have in mind as a purpose or plan

英英釋義

Verb:
  1. have in mind as a purpose;

    "I mean no harm"
    "I only meant to help you"
    "She didn't think to harm me"
    "We thought to return early that night"

  2. design or destine;

    "She was intended to become the director"

  3. mean or intend to express or convey;

    "You never understand what I mean!"
    "what do his words intend?"

  4. denote or connote;

    "`maison' means `house' in French"
    "An example sentence would show what this word means"

intend的用法和樣例:

例句

用作及物動詞 (vt.)
  1. I haven't been to the exhibition, neither do I intend to go.
    我還沒有看展覽會,我也不想去。
  2. My husband trusts me and I don't intend to break that trust
    我的丈夫信任我,所以我不想失去這種信任
  3. I've chosen the main actors and we intend to put it on next January.
    我已經選好了主要演員,打算明年一月上演這出戲。
  4. How long do you intend to stop with the firm?
    你打算還為公司工作多久?
  5. The chair was intended for you, but she took it away.
    那把椅子原本是為你準備的,但是被她拿走了。
  6. I intended to catch the early train, but I didn't get up in time.
    我本來打算趕早班的火車,但是我起晚了。
  7. That remark was intended as a joke.
    那句話本來只是個玩笑。

常見句型

用作動詞 (v.)
用作及物動詞 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. He seems to intend mischief.
    看來他想搗蛋。
  2. Does he intend marriage or is he only flirting with her?
    他是打算跟她結婚,還是僅僅跟她調情?
  3. We intended no harm.
    我們沒有什么惡意。
S+~+to- v
  1. I hear they intend to marry.
    我聽說他們打算結婚。
  2. I intend to clean out the spare room sooner or later.
    我想遲早要把那間空著的房間打掃干凈。
  3. They intend to work hard and save to put their children through university.
    他們打算努力工作,省下錢來供子女上大學。
  4. He intends to spend the time in the park.
    他想在公園里度過這段時光。
  5. Our country is indeed a poor country, but it intends to catch up.
    我們的國家確實是個窮國,但它打算迎頭趕上。
  6. I intended to go to your house last night, but it rained.
    昨晚我打算到你家去,但天下雨了。
  7. That guy had intended to bring us unexpected trouble.
    那個家伙本來打算給我們橫生枝節的。
S+~+ v -ing
  1. I intend doing the work.
    我打算做這個工作。
  2. I intend going to Beijing.
    我打算去北京。
  3. She intends going to a plant.
    她打算到一個工廠去。
  4. I intend coming back soon.
    我打算快點回來。
  5. He did not intend paying the bill.
    他不打算付賬。
  6. What do you intend studying?
    你打算學什么?
  7. The student intends studying the arts.
    這個學生打算學文科。
S+~+that-clause
  1. She intended that her daughter should study English.
    她想讓她的女兒學英語。
  2. He intended that his son should inherit his business.
    他打算讓他的兒子繼承他的生意。
  3. I intend that he should go by train.
    我打算叫他乘火車去。
  4. We intend that the work should be finished before the end of this year.
    我們打算在今年年底以前完工。
  5. We had intended that you would be more brave than wise.
    我們原認為你有勇無謀。
  6. I did not intend that it should happen.
    我原不打算讓這件事發生。
  7. He intended that I resign of myself.
    他想要我自動提出辭職。
  8. He intended that I be present.
    他想讓我出席。
  9. We never intended that she get involved.
    我們從來沒有想讓她牽連進去。
用作雙賓動詞 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. I don't think he intended her any disrespect.
    我認為他對她沒有不恭的意思。
S+~+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
  1. They intended that for you.
    這是他們給你的。
  2. I intended the gift for you.
    我打算把這禮物送給你。
  3. I intended all my property for my grandchildren.
    我的全部財產是準備留給我的孫輩。
  4. I intended it for you, not for your brother.
    我是想把它給你,而不是給你兄弟。
  5. We intended the book for the beginners.
    我們是為初學者編這本書的。
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  7. Well, his remarks were not intended for you.
    他的話不是對你說的。
  8. That shoot was intended for the President.
    那一槍本來是想打總統的。
用作賓補動詞 S+~+ n./pron. +to be/as n.
  1. He intends his son to be a physician.
    他想讓他兒子成為一名內科醫生。
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  3. The building was intended to be a museum.
    這棟房子是用來作博物館用的。
  4. His remarks were intended to be a compliment.
    他說的那些話是想表示贊美。
  5. Jim's gift of flowers was intended as a way of saying that he was sorry after he had quarrelled with Mary.
    吉姆向瑪麗贈送鮮花是要表示與她發生口角后的歉疚之情。
  6. My remark was not intended as a joke.
    我說的話可不是開玩笑的。
  7. It is intended as a handbook for frequent reference.
    這本書可以當作經常查閱的手冊使用。
S+~+sb/sth+to- v
  1. We intend them to do it.
    我們打算讓他們做此事。
  2. I intend you to come with us.
    我想讓你同我們一起來。
  3. We intend them to take action at once.
    我們打算叫他們馬上采取行動。
  4. She intends me to have a talk with her parents.
    她想讓我和她父母談談。
  5. The father intended his sons to leave with him.
    父親希望兒子們留下陪他。
  6. He intended his second son to join the army.
    他打算讓他的二兒子參軍。
  7. Did he intend us to share the cost of the dinner?
    他是想讓我們同他一起分擔這頓飯的費用嗎?
  8. They intended her to bear witness in that case.
    他們打算要她為該案作證。
  9. Where did you intend him to go?
    你打算讓他上哪兒去呢?
  10. Let's ask him what he intends us to do.
    咱們去問問他打算讓我們去做什么。
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  12. The note is intended to clarify the situation.
    這封信旨在澄清形勢。

常用短語

用作動詞 (v.)
intend for (v.+prep.)
    希望…加入… wish that sb would join
    intend sb for sth

    Having always been musical from an early age, the singer seems to have been intended for the concert stage.

    這位歌手自幼愛好音樂,看來他一直曾被期望著成為一名歌唱家。

    His son is intended for the medical profession.

    他想讓他的兒子將來從醫。

詞匯搭配

用作動詞 (v.)
~+名詞 ~+副詞 ~+介詞

經典引文

  • The Priest is supposed only to intend the Affairs of Religion.

    出自: J. Collier

intend的詳細講解:

詞語用法

v. (動詞)
  1. intend的基本含義是“意欲,打算”,指把注意力集中在某一確定要完成的事或達到的明確目的上,也可表示一心想要某人或某事服務于或達到某一目的。
  2. intend多用作及物動詞。其后可接名詞、動名詞、動詞不定式或由that引導的從句作賓語,也可接由“to be/as+ n. ”或動詞不定式充當補足語的復合賓語。有時還可以接雙賓語,其間接賓語可轉化為介詞for的賓語??捎糜诒粍咏Y構。
  3. intend后接動詞不定式或動名詞在意思上沒有明顯差別,只是動詞不定式比動名詞常見些。
  4. intend用于過去時或過去完成時時,后接動詞不定式表示以前有所計劃,但未能實現。
  5. intend后接的that從句中,謂語動詞須用虛擬語氣。
  1. intend后面多接不定式,而少用動名詞,如I intend to go的格式比較常見;
  2. intend后面有賓語時,也多用不定式。

    I intend him to do it at once.
    我打算讓他立刻著手做這事。

  3. 當表達“打算的事未實現”的意思時,不用虛擬語氣,而僅需體現“打算”這個動作較早。

    I had intended to come, but was prevented by the bad weather.

詞義辨析

v. (動詞)
intend, be going to, be thinking of, mean
  • 這四者都有“想要”或“打算”的意思。其區別是:
  • 1.mean比intend單純,沒有intend專心于某事的含義。
  • 2.be going to表示在說話之前已經作出決定; 而be thinking of則表示正在“想”或“打算”,還沒有最后決定。
  • 3.在口語中,一般不用intend to,而用be going to或be thinking of的形式來表達。
  • 4.mean還有“意味”的意思,而另三個詞(組)則沒有此義。
  • intend, design, plan
  • 這組詞都有“計劃,打算”的意思。其區別是:
  • design指為達到某種特定的目的而周密地、精心地“計劃,籌劃”,它偏重于計劃的目的性、周密性和細致性; intend指在心中已有確定的目標或計劃,作“盤算,意想”解,比plan的語氣強,如:
  • I intended to write to you, but I didn't get time to do so.我本打算寫信給你,但是我沒有時間。
  • plan在這三個詞中是最普通最常用的詞,表示“計劃,想要做”,它不像design那樣含有精心周密地“策劃”的意思,而與want的意思接近,例如:
  • We are planning to buy a refrigerator.我們正計劃買一臺電冰箱。
  • intend,mean
  • 這兩個動詞均有“想要、打算”之意。
  • intend較正式用詞,但常用,指對未來的行動做出打算,并力爭實現。
  • mean口語多用,指懷有作某事的想法或希望得到某物,特別用于效果不好而動機良好的場合。
  • 詞源解說

    • ☆ 14年左右進入英語,直接源自古法語的intendre,意為引起某人的注意;最初源自古典拉丁語的intendere,意為轉移注意力。
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