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From Latin imperiālis (of the empire or emperor, imperial), from imperium (empire, imperial government) + -ālis, from imperō (command, order), from im- (form of in) + parō (prepare, arrange; intend).

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Imperial (comparative more Imperial, superlative most Imperial)

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Imperial

Comparative
more Imperial

Superlative
most Imperial

  1. Related to an empire, emperor, or empress.
  2. Relating to the British imperial system of measurement.
  3. Very grand or fine.
  4. Of special, superior, or unusual size or excellence.

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Imperial

Plural
Imperials

Imperial (plural Imperials)
  1. A bottle of wine (usually Bordeaux) containing 6 liters of fluid, eight times the volume of a standard bottle.
  2. (paper, printing) A printing-paper size measuring 30 inches x 22 inches.

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A Champagne or Burgundy wine bottle with this volume would be called a Methuselah.


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From Latin imperiālis (of the empire or emperor, imperial), from imperium (empire, imperial government) + -ālis, from imperō (command, order), from im- (form of in) + parō (prepare, arrange; intend).

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Imperial m. and f. (plural imperiales)

  1. imperial

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