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If the fashion pack has one piece of wisdom to impart it is that the myth of the perfect pair of jeans is precisely that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I wouldn't insult him by trying to impart any wisdom, he has been around the game long enough. The Sun (2016)They are of interest because of the information they can impart about the nature of the sun. Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)We asked three older people what financial knowledge they would impart to younger generations. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Scouting bees do not only impart information to their fellow bees as a matter of reflex. The Descent of Mind - the how and why of intelligence (1990)Training is individually tailored and enables senior staff to impart their knowledge first hand. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is knowledge pleasingly imparted and well worth having. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His lectures were known as much for their theatre as for the information they would impart. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These days it is he who can impart knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He had survived the infamous ordeal on the raft and had privileged information to impart. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Down here people could have imparted knowledge to him to an incredible degree. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Who would have guessed it would have been us sitting at their knee while they imparted their wisdom? Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is also about teachers who impart hope and ones who clip wings and about the healing effect of animals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Who has more wisdom to impart? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet he has knowledge to impart. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In acting in this way he not only taught them about geology but imparted lessons about how geological knowledge should be acquired. Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information '. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is so much to enjoy here that it is a pity that a good deal of the information imparted is demonstrably wrong. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)You could try blaming your teachers' inability to impart knowledge on their boring and monotonous voices. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nonetheless we cannot shake off a sneaking suspicion that great wisdom is being imparted and that it might be prudent discreetly to take notes. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)I need to impart a sense of certainty and urgency. Christianity Today (2000)Depending on how much information is imparted by the clue, it can be very easy or very difficult. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He owned an extensive music library and loved to share his depth of knowledge of the genre as much as he loved to impart his economic wisdom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Meanwhile, the number of those vying to impart higher trading wisdom appears to be growing almost as quickly as the number of green punters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What wisdom did he impart after the horrors of San Marino? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They didn't impart wisdom, but terror. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: impart VERB
If you impart information to people, you tell it to them.
The ability to impart knowledge is the essential qualification for teachers.
Definition of impart from the Collins English Dictionary
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