Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

impart (knowledge/information)

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1) communicate something to others
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    • impart information/knowledge to others
  • Analysis

    To 'impart knowledge' or to 'impart information', means to pass on, transmit or communicate information or understanding about a topic to another person or group. These are both phrases you might hear in formal contexts.

  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Brian chose me to impart the information to the others as he feels that I am a better public speaker.
    2. Anna was a caring grandmother who was always happy to impart her wisdom to her children and grandchildren.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Jack likes being a teacher. He enjoys the whole process of imparting knowledge to impressionable young students.
    2. By embracing technology, we have greatly increased our capacity to impart and receive information.
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