Translation of intention in Spanish:

intention

intención, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtɛn(t)ʃ(ə)n//ɪnˈtɛnʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    (aim, purpose)
    intención feminine
    propósito masculine
    voting intentions intención de voto
    • it was not my intention to cause trouble no fue mi intención ocasionar problemas
    • I have every intention of going tengo la firme intención de ir
    • I don't have the slightest intention of telling her no tengo la menor intención de decírselo
    • I have no intention of writing to them no pienso escribirles
    • I did it with the best (of) intentions lo hice con la mejor intención (del mundo)
    • if I offended you, it was quite without intention si la ofendí, fue sin querer / sin intención
    • his intentions are strictly honorable viene con buenas intenciones
    • It should be kept in mind, however, that this was more a statement of the Kremlin's intentions than a specific plan of action.
    • It was your brother who first soiled our study plan with the lowest intentions.
    • He said that there were no plans, intentions, desires, or need for any increases greater than inflation.
    • We actually have intentions and plans to make new music.
    • The government announced their intentions for strengthening of democratic institutions.
    • The local context, scripts, plans, and intentions of the actor are central to this analysis.
    • One of the plan's main intentions is to reunite Hull with its best asset - the waterfront.
    • We start today with a statement from each of the six who have so far declared their intention to stand.
    • Sometimes on the vital subject of his plans and intentions, there is no means available other than espionage.
    • A surprising turn of events may change your plans and intentions.
    • In my view, the proposal conflicts with the intentions of the development plan.
    • The automaker is hinting that it considers a recall unnecessary and plans to announce its intentions next week.
    • We need to ensure the intention of the planning inspector is carried out.
    • Can you remember a time when someone was poised to take over a major power with so little known about their plans and intentions?
    • Three days after declaring her intention to stand as leader of the SNP, everyone wants a piece of her.
    • As too often happens with the best intentions, the plans got tripped up by technicalities.
    • Last night he announced his intention to stand down as leader of the Labour party in Wales.
    • A surprising turn of events may change your plans and intentions today.
    • They boarded trucks in Mumbai, armed with rods and cycle chains, openly announcing their intentions.
    • By tradition, we want to start the year by sharing with you our plans and intentions for the future.
    • Kamma is intention, and intention is now, which means kamma is being made now, in every waking moment.
    • Karma, in this strain of Hinduism, is very definitely a matter of intention and not result.
    • Bypassing the media seems to have been effective in converting voting intention.
    • At no stage was I or my official motivated by any intention to influence the judge.
    • Note that this is different than paradoxical intention in which you act out repeatedly what you are overly afraid of doing, such as come home after dark.
    • All that is required is that there be sufficient evidence of lack of intention to dedicate.
    • It is therefore important that the sincerity of intention must be given due regard.
    • It was also pointed out that, in law, motive and intention are distinct concepts.
    • I wish the public and organisations of good intention would make their voices heard.
    • If practice is undertaken for mental or spiritual gain, that intention will determine the results.
    • The two bodies of work are quite separate, if not in intention, then definitely in effect.
    • Exactly, and in this case motive was separated from intention for that very reason.
    • Highland says there is no certainty of intention to create a trust on the part of Aldridge.
    • What these decisions demonstrate is that the courts do not adhere to a single definition of intention.
    • Motive is the reason why a person acts, while intention is his or her mental awareness at the time of the act.
    • In our view it is legitimate to consider motive or its absence in reaching a conclusion on intention.
    • She tried very hard to keep to the spirit of the Buddha's teachings and maintain purity of intention.
    • There had been, in fact if not intention, a collaborative intelligence corruption.
    • This ability fundamentally relies on the concepts of intention and intentionality.
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    Law
    intencionalidad feminine