To make oneself intelligent
Read the news paper it will make you intelligate.
by Jenna R December 18, 2007
Not to be confused with raw processing ability, intelligence is the capacity to judge accurately.
Prejudice belies a lack of intelligence because it is always to the right or left of the truth.
by Roman Gurovich February 4, 2005
You know very well how Intelligence is used on Urban Dictionary, unless, of course... you dont.
A:INTRUDER ALERT! A RED SPY IS IN THE BASE
S:A RED SPY IS IN THE BASE!?!
A: PROTECT THE INTELLIGENCE
by personA1 February 9, 2022
n. (defense, law enforcement, etc.) information supporting the predetermined course of action -- as distinct from information warning against that course, the latter being classified as propaganda, disinformation, conspiracy theory, etc.
There is no intelligence to support the claim that baggage handlers traffic drugs in the baggage of unsuspecting passengers, who will take the rap if the plan goes wrong.
by Metastases April 19, 2016
PERSON A: Hey Bill got a great paying job as a brain surgeon.
PERSON B: Ya I know, he got very well educated at college.
PERSON A: Well yes, but he was always an A+ student in highschool.
PERSON B: That makes him both well educated and naturally intelligent.
PERSON A: Hes so intelligated!
by Sam Alire January 22, 2008
A number ranging from one to thirty-six, which dictates one's ability to fill in little circles in the correct pattern.
"I heard Carry made a thirty-five on her ACT"

"Yeah... too bad she's a dumb bitch."

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"So what'd you make on your ACT?"

"Thirty-six"

"Wow. That's intelligence. You must be a genius."

"Yeah, sometimes I shit in my hand and smear it under my nostrils because I like the smell."

"Cool."
by UW July 11, 2008