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Synonyms for intensify

Synonyms for intensify

to make greater in intensity or severity

Synonyms for intensify

increase in extent or intensity

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make more intense, stronger, or more marked

make the chemically affected part of (a negative) denser or more opaque in order produce a stronger contrast between light and dark

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Physician study participants reported that the primary reason they were reluctant to intensify insulin therapy for people with type 2 diabetes uncontrolled on basal insulin was due to thinking their patients would not agree (62%).
They called on the committee to intensify their field presence before the launch of the new school year.
Intensify have now asked Gina to do more work for them and to possibly document a drugs programme which may involve going around the world as part of the film production team.
Clark described one key reason why physicians don't systematically intensify treatment: "Most people come in with diabetes, but not for their diabetes.
Actually, El Camino coach Mark Johnson said it would be tough for the team to intensify their training, considering how hard members had already been working to get to this level - practicing more than 40 hours a week, including weekends.
From the first, humanity has created special places in which to contain and intensify the powers of art.
He said US forces aimed to intensify pressure on IS strongholds in Raqqa in Syria and Ramadi in Iraq.
Then, the government has no alternative except to intensify repression.
That turnaround shows how Western contact can sometimes defuse native violence rather than intensify it, Clayton Robarchek adds.
After two days of tense negotiations, NATO officials on Sunday night failed to get Yugoslav military officials to agree to terms for a Serbian withdrawal from Kosovo, throwing into doubt the peace deal reached last week by political leaders and prompting NATO to promise to intensify bombing.
He reduces to intensify, and in his hands his various Thunderbirds, Corvettes, Rivieras, Landaus, and Bel Airs become both nostalgic and iconic.
Color in her paintings exceeds the boundaries of objects--or the objects, like solar cells, absorb and intensify ambient color.
Call it the edifice complex: People working in the same building complain of headaches, fatigue, eye irritation, dizziness, itchy skin and other symptoms that intensify during the workday but abate in the evening and on weekends.