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imperial1 having to do with an empire or an emperor. [2 definitions]
impersonal not having to do with a particular person; general. [2 definitions]
impersonate to copy the appearance and actions of; pretend to be.
impertinent rude or too bold.
impetuous done suddenly and without much thought; impulsive.
implant to plant or set firmly in something. [2 definitions]
implement something used to do a particular job; tool or device. [2 definitions]
implementation the act, process, or way of carrying (something) out or putting (something) into effect.
implication something hinted at or suggested, but not said directly.
imply to hint or suggest without saying directly.
impolite not polite; rude.
import to bring in from another country, especially as something to be sold. [2 definitions]
importance the quality or condition of being important.
important having great meaning or value. [2 definitions]
impose to set as something that needs to be followed, done, or obeyed.
impose on to make demands of without being invited or at a bad time.
impose upon to make demands of without being invited or at a bad time.
impossible not able to happen, or be done; not possible. [2 definitions]
impostor a person who cheats or tricks others by pretending to be another person.
impractical not useful or wise to do; not practical. [2 definitions]
impress1 to make a strong impact on (someone), especially a positive impact.