Impart - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪmˈpɑːrt|  American pronunciation of the word impart
Brit.  |ɪmˈpɑːt|  British pronunciation of the word impart


- transmit (knowledge or skills) (syn: give, leave, pass on)
impart a new skill to the students
- bestow a quality on (syn: add, bestow, bring, contribute, lend)
- transmit or serve as the medium for transmission (syn: carry, channel, conduct, convey, transmit)

Extra examples

Her presence imparted a sense of importance to the meeting.

The oil imparts a distinctive flavor to the sauce.

The chemicals imparted a bluish color to the paper.

Only the chairman's strong control was able to impart some sense of seriousness to the meeting.

Use a piece of fresh ginger to impart a Far-Eastern flavour to simple ingredients.

She had information that she couldn't wait to impart.

And what did dear Uncle wish to impart?

Word forms

I/you/we/they: impart
he/she/it: imparts
present participle: imparting
past tense: imparted
past participle: imparted
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