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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.
impression a strong feeling, idea, or opinion that comes from experience with something. [3 definitions]
impressive having a lasting effect on the mind or feelings; making a strong impression.
imprint a mark or design made by pressing or printing on a surface. [4 definitions]
imprison to put or keep in a prison.
improper not correct. [2 definitions]
improper fraction a fraction in which the denominator is smaller than the numerator.
improve to make better. [2 definitions]
improved made better; of a higher quality.
improvement the act of improving or the condition of being improved. [2 definitions]