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Intrathoracic

ˌɪntrəθɔːˈrasɪk

Meanings of Intrathoracic:

adjective

Situated or occurring within the thorax.

Usage examples:

Intrathoracic lesions

Meanings of Intrauterine:

adjective

Within the uterus.

Usage examples:

Sonographic evaluation at presentation can usually differentiate between intrauterine and extrauter…

Intravascular

ˌɪn.trəˈvæs.kjə.lər

Meanings of Intravascular:

adjective

Situated or occurring within a vessel or vessels of an animal or plant, especially within a blood vessel or blood vascular system.

Usage examples:

Intravascular coagulation

Meanings of Intravenous:

adjective

Existing or taking place within, or administered into, a vein or veins.

Usage examples:

An intravenous drip

Meanings of Intravenously:

adverb

Into or by means of a vein or veins.

Usage examples:

A hospital stay may be needed so that fluids can be administered intravenously

Intraventricular

ˌɪntrəvɛnˈtrɪkjʊlə

Meanings of Intraventricular:

adjective

Situated or contained within a ventricle of the brain or heart.

Usage examples:

Intraventricular haemorrhages

Intrazonal

ɪntrəˈzəʊn(ə)l

Meanings of Intrazonal:

adjective

(of a soil) having a well-developed structure different from that expected for its climatic and vegetational zone owing to the overriding influence of relief, parent material, or some other local factor.

Usage examples:

The division into zonal, intrazonal, and azonal soils was the basis for the soil classification use…

Intrench

ɪnˈtrɛn(t)ʃ

Meanings of Intrench:

verb

Establish (an attitude, habit, or belief) so firmly that change is very difficult or unlikely.

Usage examples:

Ageism is entrenched in our society

Intrenched

ɪnˈtrɛn(t)ʃ

Meanings of Intrenched:

verb

Establish (an attitude, habit, or belief) so firmly that change is very difficult or unlikely.

Usage examples:

Ageism is entrenched in our society

Intrenchment

ɪnˈtrɛn(t)ʃm(ə)nt

Meanings of Intrenchment:

noun

The process or fact of an attitude, habit, or belief becoming so firmly established that change is very difficult or unlikely.

Usage examples:

This book demonstrates the entrenchment of certain views and paradigms in financial history

Intrepid

ɪnˈtrɛpɪd

Meanings of Intrepid:

adjective

Fearless; adventurous (often used for rhetorical or humorous effect).

Usage examples:

Our intrepid reporter

Meanings of Intrepidly:

adverb

In an extremely brave way, showing no fear of dangerous or difficult situations

Usage examples:

We intrepidly tackled the trek's toughest climb., many believe a person must pursue their one “true…

Intricacies

ˈɪntrɪkəsi

Meanings of Intricacies:

noun

The quality of being intricate.

Usage examples:

The intricacy of the procedure
phrase

Complicated details

Usage examples:

I enjoyed the film, but i couldn't follow all the intricacies of the plot., she was well versed in …

Intricacy

ˈɪntrɪkəsi

Meanings of Intricacy:

noun

The quality of being intricate.

Usage examples:

The intricacy of the procedure

Intricate

ˈɪn.trɪ.kət

Meanings of Intricate:

adjective

Very complicated or detailed.

Usage examples:

An intricate network of canals

Intricately

ˈɪn.trɪ.kət.li

Meanings of Intricately:

adverb

In a very complicated or detailed manner.

Usage examples:

Intricately carved figures

Meanings of Intrigant:

noun

A person who makes secret plans to do something illicit or detrimental to someone else.

Meanings of Intrigante:

noun

A person who makes secret plans to do something illicit or detrimental to someone else.

Intrigants

ˈɪntrɪɡ(ə)nt

Meanings of Intrigants:

noun

A person who makes secret plans to do something illicit or detrimental to someone else.

Intriguant

ˈɪntrɪɡ(ə)nt

Meanings of Intriguant:

noun

A person who makes secret plans to do something illicit or detrimental to someone else.

Intrigue

ɪnˈtriːɡ

Meanings of Intrigue:

verb

Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Usage examples:

I was intrigued by your question
noun

The secret planning of something illicit or detrimental.

Usage examples:

The cabinet was a nest of intrigue

Intrigued

ɪnˈtriːɡ

Meanings of Intrigued:

verb

Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Usage examples:

I was intrigued by your question
noun

The secret planning of something illicit or detrimental.

Usage examples:

The cabinet was a nest of intrigue

Meanings of Intrigues:

verb

Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Usage examples:

I was intrigued by your question
noun

The secret planning of something illicit or detrimental.

Usage examples:

The cabinet was a nest of intrigue

Intriguing

ɪnˈtriːɡɪŋ

Meanings of Intriguing:

adjective

Arousing one's curiosity or interest; fascinating.

Usage examples:

An intriguing story
verb

Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Usage examples:

I was intrigued by your question

Meanings of Intriguingly:

adverb

In a manner that arouses one's curiosity or interest; fascinatingly.

Usage examples:

The film begins intriguingly with the barren autumnal landscape of new york

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