Intensive

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Used when time is limited and much has to be achieved; often associated with stress or urgency. SlideThe team's intensive preparations before the project deadline created a lot of pressure.
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Deep FocusPlay
Implies a deep level of concentration or dedication towards a particular task or goal. SlideLearning a new language requires intensive study.
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Activities marked by 'intensive' are often pivotal and have significant outcomes or effects. SlideThe intensive training session dramatically improved her athletic performance.