intensification : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in ten suh fuh kay shuhn

  • n  action that makes something stronger or more extreme
  • n  the act of increasing the contrast of (a photographic film)

  • What I argue in my book is that the intensification of competition in private status goods is in part creating pressures on income which undermines support for public goods.
  • The phenomenon of color intensification under LSD is well known, and Painter Heinz Trkes experienced it intensely.
  • These latest salvos represent an intensification of the ongoing war of words between the two countries over their closely linked histories.
News & Articles


  • Ben Bernanke in Washington Post
    The intensification of financial stress in recent weeks, which will make lenders still more cautious about extending credit to households and business, could prove a significant drag on growth,Bernanke said. "The downside risks to the...
  • Ban Ki-moon in Reuters South Africa
    In a statement read to reporters by UN spokeswoman Marie Okabe, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said "the intensification and expansion of the conflict is creating a humanitarian crisis of catastrophic dimensions and threatens dire consequences on a...
  • Jean-Claude Trichet in New York Times
    The intensification and broadening of the financial market turmoil is likely to dampen global and euro-area demand for a rather protracted period of time,Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, said.

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