in|ten|ti|o|nal 〈Adj.〉
2. auf etwas gerichtet, hinzielend
[→ Intention]

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in|ten|ti|o|nal <Adj.>:
mit einer Intention (1) verknüpft; zweckbestimmt; zielgerichtet:
-es Verhalten.

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bildungssprachlich für: zielgerichtet, zweckbestimmt, mit einer Intention verbunden.

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in|ten|ti|o|nal <Adj.>: mit einer ↑Intention (1) verknüpft; zweckbestimmt; zielgerichtet: -es Verhalten.

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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