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From Middle English imparten from Middle French impartir/empartir from Latin impartiō/impertiō from im- (in) + partiō.

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Infinitive
to Impart

Third person singular
Imparts

Simple past
Imparted

Past participle
Imparted

Present participle
Imparting

to Impart (third-person singular simple present Imparts, present participle Imparting, simple past and past participle Imparted)
  1. To give a part or share.
  2. To communicate the knowledge of; to make known; to show by words or tokens; to tell; to disclose.
  3. To hold a conference or consultation.

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de:impart fa:impart fr:impart io:impart id:impart it:impart kn:impart hu:impart ml:impart fi:impart ta:impart te:impart vi:impart zh:impart

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