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impart

im·part

impart

 
pronunciation:
ihm part
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: imparted, imparting, imparts
definition 1: to give all or a part of; bestow or transmit.
The governess imparted her knowledge of French to her pupil.
synonyms:
allocate, bestow, confer, deal, dispense, distribute, give, grant, present
antonyms:
borrow
similar words:
allot, apportion, communicate, consign, gift, hand down, transmit
definition 2: to make known; relate or disclose.
The police sergeant imparted all the facts to his superior.
synonyms:
communicate, disclose, divulge, inform, relate, reveal, tell
similar words:
apprise, confide, convey, intimate, uncover
derivations: impartable (adj.), impartation (n.), imparter (n.), impartment (n.)