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From Latin impurus

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Patrono:En-adj-more

  1. Not pure; not clean; dirty; foul; filthy; containing something which is unclean or unwholesome; mixed or impregnated extraneous substances; adulterated; as, impure water or air; impure drugs, food, etc.
    The impure gemstone was not good enough to be made into a necklace, so it was thrown out.
  2. Defiled by sin or guilt; unholy; unhallowed; -- said of persons or things.
  3. Unchaste; lewd; unclean; obscene; as, impure language or ideas.

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Infinitive
to Impure

Third person singular
Impures

Simple past
impured

Past participle
impured

Present participle
impuring

to Impure (third-person singular simple present Impures, present participle impuring, simple past and past participle impured)
  1. (transitive) (obsolete) To defile; to [pollute].

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Impure f.

  1. Feminine of impur.

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impure pl.

  1. Feminine form of impuro.el:impure

fr:impure io:impure it:impure kn:impure hu:impure ja:impure pl:impure ru:impure ta:impure te:impure vi:impure zh:impure

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