impart

Let me impart a little bit of knowledge to you about the word impart. It means to pass on, transmit, or bestow. If you share this with your study partner, you are imparting your new wisdom.

Studying imparts confidence as well as information, long life imparts wisdom, and anise seed imparts the flavor of licorice. Your mother can impart the importance of dressing neatly each and every day. Though it shares a root with the word part, impart doesn't mean to split into pieces, but rather to divide or share with another. Let me impart this message to you — always do your part!

Definitions of impart
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v bestow a quality on

Synonyms:
add, bestow, bring, contribute, lend
Types:
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factor
be a contributing factor
instill, transfuse
impart gradually
tinsel
impart a cheap brightness to
throw in
add as an extra or as a gratuity
breathe
impart as if by breathing
Type of:
alter, change, modify
cause to change; make different; cause a transformation

v transmit (knowledge or skills)

impart a new skill to the students”
Synonyms:
give, leave, pass on
bequeath, leave, will
leave or give by will after one's death
give
convey or reveal information
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convey
make known; pass on, of information
give thanks, thank
express gratitude or show appreciation to
hint, suggest
drop a hint; intimate by a hint
say
communicate or express nonverbally
look
convey by one's expression
flash
make known or cause to appear with great speed
breathe
manifest or evince
evince, express, show
give expression to
intend, mean
mean or intend to express or convey
Type of:
tell
let something be known

v transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

Synonyms:
carry, channel, conduct, convey, transmit
carry, convey, express
serve as a means for expressing something
carry
be conveyed over a certain distance
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wash up
carry somewhere (of water or current or waves)
pipe in
bring in through pipes
bring in
transmit
retransmit
transmit again
Type of:
bring, convey, take
take something or somebody with oneself somewhere

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