Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Late middle English from Old French imputer, from Latin imputare ‘enter in the account’, from in- ‘in, towards’ + putare ‘reckon’
  • accredit
  • assign
  • absolve
  • exculpate
to attribute or ascribe
The genie agreed to impute magical powers to anyone who could complete his quest.
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