impart impart  /ɪm ˈpɑrt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) transmit (knowledge or skills)
  2. (v) bestow a quality on
  3. (v) transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Another $100 million will be spent to switch signs at the company's more than 25,000 stations and impart Exxon to its letterheads, gas pumps and trucks.
  2. Traveling as a young mother with her two sons and a daughter, McCain tried to impart her love of art by taking her family on trips to Winterthur and the Hermitage.
  3. But the worst thing about media saturation is that it can impart so few actual facts.

News

  1. Home support programs are preschool in its earliest form

    Through programs across the country, nurses, social workers or trained mentors offer support to new or expectant parents and impart skills to help them become better teachers for their children.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

  2. Effort being made to revive the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame

    Sports and history lovers have come together in an effort to impart new focus and spirit into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in Downtown Milwaukee.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: OnMilwaukee.com

  3. In Newport News, a doctorate-level course in comedy

    The Fat Doctor, who is both a performer and a teacher, is ready to impart his lessons to local students. NEWPORT NEWS — The Fat Doctor knows what it's like to stand on stage, tell a joke and watch an entire comedy club dissolve into raucous laughter.        
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Daily Press

Quotes

  1. Commenting on his meeting with Harper, Singh said "our relations with Canada are becoming broad-based and there is a mutual desire on both sides to impart fresh vigour and vitality to them. India and Canada share the same values and there are many...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Hindustan Times

  2. "Right after I got the gig, a friend of a friend e-mailed me and said, you know, `Congratulations, I'm so happy for you, and also I just wanted to impart to you how great a responsibility this is,' and, like, just went on for a while about how...
    on Mar 11, 2008 By: John Cho Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  3. "We dedicate this building today, but by itself, it cannot impart knowledge. It requires people," Armstrong, 77, told a crowd of about 350 who gathered for the dedication.
    on Oct 27, 2007 By: Neil Armstrong Source: Forbes

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