Definition of 'intact'
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Keep waves intact all night by lightly applying hairspray all over. The Sun (2016)In the latter case, the premise of sport remains intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And if their mammoth lead remains intact after that, it seems inconceivable they will blow it. The Sun (2017)If not, better to burst the bubble while you are still emotionally intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the ghosts and put back into the oven for 3-4 min until melted but so the shape of the ghosts is still intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The airship's skeleton remained sufficiently intact for engineers to use the design in British airships. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When we look back in ten years, I suspect that this basic narrative will remain intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The features that make it of its time are still largely intact. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Will the heavy snow that is forecast for the coming days keep this pattern intact? Times, Sunday Times (2010)This old quarter remains mainly intact and well worth exploring. The Wine Roads of France (1989)But that big personality and confidence are most certainly still intact. The Sun (2011)His family have claimed a largely intact concrete house that was abandoned. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This lodge is proof that keeping the environment intact is also an economic opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The charred luxury kitchen also remained mainly intact. The Sun (2008)At that time his saintly public image was still intact. The Sun (2016)So both these able keepers kept their goals intact. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The basic arguments in favour of equity income remain intact. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At least his stiff upper lip was still intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He just about keeps his backbone intact. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)And the drivers that have pushed gold this far are still intact. The Sun (2010)At long as they keep next weekend intact. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Ten years ago it was largely intact with wooden panelling but both the auditorium and the stage have now collapsed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And one major reason was a belief that there was not enough money or stability to keep a married family intact. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Not a single body remained intact. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Or live a lie to keep my family 's honour intact? The Sun (2014)When his crashed jet was found, his empty flight suit was still largely intact. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The track bed remains largely intact, although parts have been turned into a footpath. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Wear hotpants under your dress, so when the fabric blows up your modesty remains intact. The Sun (2013)Phone calls, letters, and visits keep relationships with family and friends intact. Christianity Today (2000)Most of us say we hope to die peacefully, at home, with our minds intact and our family around us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'intact'
British English: intact /ɪnˈtækt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is intact is complete and has not been damaged or spoilt.
The roof was still intact.
- American English: intact
- Arabic: سَلِيمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intacto
- Chinese: 完整无缺的
- Croatian: netaknut
- Czech: neporušený
- Danish: intakt
- Dutch: intact
- European Spanish: intacto
- Finnish: vahingoittumaton
- French: intact
- German: intakt
- Greek: άθικτος
- Italian: integro
- Japanese: 損なわれていない
- Korean: 원래대로의
- Norwegian: intakt
- Polish: nietknięty
- European Portuguese: intacto
- Romanian: intact
- Russian: нетронутый
- Spanish: intacto
- Swedish: intakt
- Thai: คงอยู่
- Turkish: bütün bölünmemiş
- Ukrainian: неушкоджений
- Vietnamese: nguyên vẹn
Definition of intact from the Collins English Dictionary
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