Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) sth that is absolutely necessary or required
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it's imperative to do sth
The word 'imperative' can be used as an adjective or a noun. As an adjective, something 'imperative' is important, crucial or vital: "It was imperative that she took her medication at the same time each day."Similar in meaning to 'crucial' or 'intrinsic'. As a noun, it means an essential or urgent thing: "An imperative for us is our children's education."This word can be used in social and professional contexts, but it is more likely to be used in formal contexts.
Social Examples (Advance)
It's imperative to revisebefore an exam.
It is imperative for pilotsto check the weather forecast before a flight.
Professional Examples (Advance)
An imperative of our work is to empower those who are differently-abled.
It is imperative that all of our employees are trained in these cognitive biases.
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