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Il significato di "Intrinsic" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa intrinsic?
A: No!! - The 'above' explanation (from, 'mali849') is, totally, incorrect!
The English word 'intrinsic' means to make a conscientiously, big effort, to talk about/do/partake in/analyse a subject/'something!'!, so thoroughly, and, precisely, that you include, every, possible detail in what you are talking about/doing/partaking in/analysing!

For example:

- 'his explanation of what happened was so intrinsic that the artist was able-to draw a picture, which was so detailed that the artist's picture, nearly looked like a photograph!

- 'In-order-that the scientist can do his tests, in the laboratory, all of his equipment, in the laboratory, must, always, be cleaned intrinsically!

- 'he was a good contributor to that outcome being achieved as his efforts in resolving all of those intricate dilemmas were intrinsic in, every way!

- 'One way that a remedy can be found for that ailment is by intrinsic analysation!'!

Q: Che cosa significa intrinsic?
A: Intrinsic = naturally within, essentially
Intrinsic = internal, inside characteristic

as opposed to the word “extrinsic” = external, outside characteristics

The intrinsic quality of this stone is precious.
= the naturally occurring quality of the stone is precious.

Q: Che cosa significa intrinsic ?
A: well, more like

a cheetah is intrinsically fast
metal is intrinsically hard

a cheetah doesn't need any special thing to make it fast, it is already a fast animal.

metal doesn't need armor or a cover to be hard. it is already a hard thing

I hope this helps to clear things up. intrinsic is a difficult concept

Frasi esempio "Intrinsic"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con intrinsic.
A: intrinsic value

Parole simili a "Intrinsic" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra intrinsic e inherent ?
A: Intrinsic - the quality is a part of the comparison object. It is contained within the comparison object.

Inherent - the quality is derived from the comparison object.

Inherent comes from the same root as "inheritance" meaning what you get from your ancestors when they die.

An example - Freedom is an inherent part of democracy.

Calculus is an intrinsic part of mathematics.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra intrinsic e inherent ?
A: Intrinsic: belonging naturally; essential.

"access to the arts is intrinsic to a high quality of life"

Inherent: existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.

"any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers"

Q: Qual è la differenza tra intrinsic e inherent ?
The first obvious difference is that they are used with different prepositions: “intrinsic” is used with “to” and “inherent” with “in”, for example,

Violence is inherent in our society.
Helping our friends is intrinsic to our human values.

But without preposition there is a difference between an intrinsic property and an inherent property of something

In my humble opinion, the difference is that if a property is inherent, it is both inseparable and characteristic (that is, important or salient), whereas an intrinsic property, while also inseparable, is usually somewhat secondary, subtle, hidden, or surprising. That’s why we usually speak of an “inherent weakness”, as in

The inherent weakness of the new diagnostic test is that it cannot detect cancers caused by viruses.

The weakness is inherent because it is unavoidable and important; a doctor performing such a test must be aware of it. On the other hand, we speak more commonly of “intrinsic beauty” rather than “inherent beauty” (although both expressions make perfect sense). A mathematician could say,

This formula shows the intrinsic beauty of mathematics.

Q: Qual è la differenza tra intrinsic e inherent ?
A: it's coming from Latin, there are some differences:

inherent: to hang on something, adhere to s., stick to s., (lat. inhaerens)
intrinsic: to come from the inside, immanent (lat: intrinsecus, "within")

The words are used in pretty disjoint contexts therefore they aren't precisely interchangeable, however defining the relevant contexts is a toughy. For everyday speech, most listeners will not balk at using them as if they were interchangeable.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra intrinsic e inherent ?
A: Intrinsic: being an extremely important and basic characteristic of a person or thing.
Inherent: existing as a natural or basic part of something.

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