intrinsic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a belonging to a thing by its very nature
form was treated as something intrinsic, as the very essence of the thing"- John Dewey
- s situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts
- The intrinsic value of the proposition was not lost to the businessman and he simply grabbed at the offer.
- To acknowledge the intrinsic dignity of labor is the first step towards inclusive growth.
- Ethics are an intrinsic part of business.
News & Articles
- Why Euro's Political Crisis May Be Permanent
The euro is a unique example of an asset class with intrinsic investment features, at the same time ridden by quasi permanent spells of investor neurosis about its viability as a transaction currency and a reliable store of value.
June 17, 2013 - CNBC
- Ben Bernanke in MarketWatch
Although much work remains and more difficulties surely lie ahead, I remain confident that the American economy, with its great intrinsic vitality and aided by measures now available, will emerge from this period with renewed vigor,Bernanke said
- Diego Maradona in AFP
I'ma bit disappointed with France,Maradona said. "France is not having the best of times. The intrinsic value of the players in France should get them on a higher level. Spain, I think they will do well. The way Spain started, they were...
- David Attenborough in Guide and Gazette
Sir David said: "Public Service Broadcasting, watched by a healthy number of viewers, with programmes financed in proportion to their intrinsic needs and not the size of the audience, can only effectively operate as a network. A network whose aim is...