imparting imparting  /ɪm ˈpɑr tɪŋ/


  • (n) the transmission of information



  1. Military training involves imparting combat skills and organizational discipline to create efficient fighting units with high levels of morale and confidence.
  2. Nowadays the ball comes with a dizzying array of options, each imparting a different spin and roll.
  3. We should look at schools for example, in communities of color that focus more on control and discipline and monitoring, than in inspiring and imparting knowledge.


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  1. I loved the part where he told the Iraqis, "I'm not lecturing, I'm not imparting any great wisdom that you don't already know, but the idea of subordinating your individual interest is fundamental to the success of any nation."
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Joe Biden Source: CNN (blog)

  2. Mukherjee said India is faced with the challenge of reverting to the 9 per cent growth trajectory and even cross the 10 per cent mark but this "calls for imparting fresh momentum to the impressive recovery gained in the past few months".
    on Mar 30, 2010 By: Pranab Mukherjee Source: Indian Express

  3. "Graduation rites should be lean on cost but long on the imparting of valuable messages. These events can be memorable, exciting and animated without the baggage of extra cost and excessive spending," Arroyo said in a statement.
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Source:

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