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Intender

I find the meanings of "querer" and "desear" too lacking in their "intentfulness", and too attached to "desire" to emphasize on their "volition". And "intentar" has too tentative a connotation. Hence, I propose:

Intender: v. El acto de decidir y/o iniciar alguna acción.
  • Tiempos simples (Presente/Pasado/Futuro):
    • [Yo] intiendo/intendí/intenderé.
    • [Tú] intiendes/intendiste/intenderás.
    • [Él] intiende/intendió/intenderá.
    • [Ella] intiende/intendió/intenderá.
    • [Eso] intiende/intendió/intenderá.
    • [Usted] intiende/intendió/intenderá.
    • [Ellos] intienden/intendieron/intenderán.
    • [Ellas] intienden/intendieron/intenderán.
    • [Nosotros] intendemos/intendimos/intenderemos.
    • [Vosotros] intendéis/intendisteis/intendiréis.
  • Pretérito imperfecto (En esos tiempos que...)
    • [Yo/Él/Ella/Eso/Usted] intendía.
    • [Tú] intendías.
    • [Ellos/Ellas] intendían.
    • [Nosotros] intendíamos.
    • [Vosotros] intendíais.
  • Subjuntivo presente (Es posible que...):
    • [Yo/Él/Ella/Eso/Usted] intienda.
    • [Tú] intiendas.
    • [Ellos/Ellas] intiendan.
    • [Nosotros] intendiemos.
    • [Vosotros] intendiéis.
  • Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto (En el caso que...):
    • [Yo/Él/Ella/Eso/Usted] intendiera/intendiese,
    • [Tú] intendieras/intendieses,
    • [Ellos/Ellas] intendieran/intendiesen,
    • [Nosotros] intendiéramos/intendiésemos,
    • [Vosotros] intendiérais/intendiéseis,
  • Condicional (Entonces...):
    • [Yo/Él/Ella/Eso/Usted] intendría.
    • [Tú] intendrías.
    • [Ellos/Ellas] intendrían.
    • [Nosotros] intendríamos.
    • [Vosotros] intendríais.
  • Subjuntivo futuro (Si mañana...):
    • [Yo/Él/Ella/Eso/Usted] intendiere,
    • [Tú] intendieres,
    • [Ellos/Ellas] intendieren,
    • [Nosotros] intendiéremos,
    • [Vosotros] intendiéreis,
  • Imperativo:
    • [Tú] Intiende!
    • [Vos] Intendé!
    • [Usted] Intienda!
    • [Nosotros] Intendamos!
    • [Vosotros] Intended!
    • [Ustedes] Intiendan!
  • Participio:
    • Intendido.
  • Gerundio:
    • Intendiendo.

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