Definition of Intensification

1. Noun. Action that makes something stronger or more extreme.

Generic synonyms: Increase, Step-up
Specialized synonyms: Roughness, Aggravation, Exacerbation, Focalisation, Focalization, Focusing
Derivative terms: Intensify, Intensify, Intensify



2. Noun. The act of increasing the contrast of (a photographic film).
Generic synonyms: Increase, Step-up
Category relationships: Photography, Picture Taking
Derivative terms: Intensify

Definition of Intensification

1. n. The act or process of intensifying, or of making more intense.

Definition of Intensification

1. Noun. The act or process of intensifying, or of making more intense. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Intensification

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Intensification

1. Increasing the amount, number or combination of anti-cancer drugs given to a patient in an attempt to kill drug-resistant or residual leukaemic cells. (13 Nov 1997)

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Literary usage of Intensification

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1. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"Some methods of intensification applied to some thin negatives might make ... Before anything is done, therefore, either in the way of intensification or of ..."

2. The Principles of Sound and Inflexion as Illustrated in the Greek and Latin by John Edward King, Christopher Cookson (1888)
"11 ca" vowel-intensification,—a theory derived from the Sanskrit grammarians, who call such intensification 'guna.' According to this theory the Sanskrit ..."

3. Capital: A Critique of Political Economy by Karl Marx (1906)
"intensification of Labour. The immoderate lengthening of the working day, produced by machinery in the hands of capital, leads to a reaction on the part of ..."

4. The Science and Practice of Photography: An Elementary Textbook on the by John Ransom Roebuck (1918)
"intensification will set the case right exactly as the process simply supplements, ... In this case, a satisfactory intensification is a complete remedy, ..."

5. The American Annual of Photography (1907)
"intensification: THE BEST METHOD By REV. JOHN GMEINER. ... Some intensifiers give more intensification than one occasionally knows what to do with; ..."

6. Camera by Columbia Photographic Society, Philadelphia (1916)
"intensification BEFORE FIXATION Not only may the method, ... The benefits of ante-intensification may be taken advantage of, and the best results accrue. ..."

7. The American Amateur Photographer (1906)
"Local intensification of the negative by the dust- ing-on process is a case in point. ... Various methods of local intensification have, at different times, ..."

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