Spanish translation of 'impart'
- (= make known)
- [ideas, values]
- (= bestow)
- [quality, sense]
- [flavour, taste]
Example Sentences Including 'impart'
He guessed that Maggie wouldn't have phoned unless she had some news to impart.Double Deceit
`It would take several days to impart even the basics of the flight control system design.Anti-Ice
Then as I opened the door he looked up at me as if he'd just had some great revelation, something really incisive to impart to me.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Translation of impart from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary