Intends [verb]

Definition of Intends:

have in mind; determine

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We intend to be active partners with OurCrowd and help them accelerate their already impressive growth, while bringing the best of Israeli tech to Japan’s large industrial and financial sectors.

Onit intends to use the startup’s AI skills to beef up its legal workflow software offerings.

He noted that one of the commissioners, Michael O’Rielly, partially dissented to the fine because there was no evidence Moser had intended to harm voters.

Clarkson was placed on unpaid leave in August, an action that the state intended to keep private.

Two of those board members have already said they don’t intend to do so.

Straight ahead, in the direction Corliss intended to soar after opening his parachute, whitewater rapids flowed into a forested valley.

“Although the new bill may not be helpful for some investors, we’re interested to see how the government intends to apply it in practice,” Mendelsohn told Fortune Wednesday.

These scenarios aren’t intended to be predictions, rather they’re supposed to kickstart a collective imagining of how today’s trends and technologies could influence the future.

“Iowa is open for business, and we intend to keep it that way,” she said.

The Indianapolis Colts announced they intended to practice Thursday but would hold all meetings virtually after a positive test result by a staffer.