V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. to communicate something to someone; 2. to give something a particular quality, feeling, or taste.

Synonyms: communicate, disclose, divulge, convey, pass on, transmit, give, confer

Antonyms: take

Tips: Impart was derived from the Latin in- "in" together with partire "to divide, part." Think, to provide something of yourself to someone else. If you impart your wisdom onto someone, you are almost "breaking off" your wisdom and sharing a piece with them. Impart can be a more sophisticated way of saying "communicate."

Usage Examples:

I don't think I can impart much wisdom on this subject. (share, communicate)

If you could, please impart on the team some of what you learned at the conference. (share, communicate, pass on)

As I train my replacement, I will try to impart as much of my knowledge as possible. (share, confer, pass on)

I don't like eating foods that require artificial ingredients to impart color or flavor. (to give, provide, transmit)

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