After graduation, Adebiyi intends to return to his native Nigeria to become a career entrepreneur.
She named Strauss-Kahn as her attacker after his arrest on May 14, and today said she intends to press charges.
She intends to be first in her family to complete college, to become a doctor treating soldiers suffering from PTSD.
Appointing someone who has no fear would send a clear signal that Francis intends to attempt to right the wrongs of the church.
Whether or not the team “intends” to disparage anyone, they are.
Emperor William feels that his empire is not big enough to suit his ambition and for the part which he intends to play in Europe.
If one intends to be good, one must take it up as a profession.
The Moncktons leave us this evening, and Amelie intends to set out for the hills on the 6th proximo.
You are to receive the money, and share it with the scoundrel who intends to filch it from me.
They are, yere hanner; they intends leaving off business and going to America next spring.
c.1300, "direct one's attention to," from Old French entendre, intendre "to direct one's attention" (in Modern French principally "to hear"), from Latin intendere "turn one's attention, strain," literally "stretch out, extend," from in- "toward" (see in- (2)) + tendere "to stretch" (see tenet). Sense of "have as a plan" (late 14c.) was present in Latin. A Germanic word for this was ettle, from Old Norse ætla "to think, conjecture, propose," from Proto-Germanic *ahta "consideration, attention" (cf. Old English eaht, German acht). Intended (n.) "one's intended husband or wife" is from 1767.