Importance

  • 21importance — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Consequence Nouns 1. importance, import, consequence, moment, prominence, consideration, mark, materialness, primacy; significance, concern; emphasis, interest; distinction, prestige, grandeur, majesty,… …

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  • 22importance — /im pawr tns/, n. 1. the quality or state of being important; consequence; significance. 2. important position or standing; personal or social consequence. 3. consequential air or manner: an air of bustling importance. 4. Obs. an important matter …

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  • 23importance — noun (U) 1 the quality of being important: The doctor stressed the importance of regular exercise. | attach importance to (=treat something as if it is important): Much greater importance is now attached to environmental concerns. | of… …

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  • 24importance — im•por•tance [[t]ɪmˈpɔr tns[/t]] n. 1) the quality or state of being important; significance 2) Obs. an important matter 3) Obs. importunity 4) Obs. import; meaning • syn: importance, consequence, significance, moment refer to something valuable …

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  • 25importance — noun Date: 1508 1. a. the quality or state of being important ; consequence b. an important aspect or bearing ; significance 2. obsolete import, meaning 3. obsolete importunity …

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  • 26importance — [[t]ɪmpɔ͟ː(r)t(ə)ns[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) N UNCOUNT: oft N of n The importance of something is its quality of being significant, valued, or necessary in a particular situation. China has been stressing the importance of its ties with third world countries …

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  • 27importance*/*/*/ — [ɪmˈpɔːt(ə)ns] noun [U] the fact of being important, or the degree to which something or someone is important The company recognizes the importance of training its employees.[/ex] The issue has special importance for people in rural areas.[/ex] I …

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  • 28importance — noun 1) the signing of the treaty was an event of immense importance Syn: significance, momentousness, import, consequence, note, noteworthiness, substance; seriousness, gravity, weightiness, urgency 2) she had a fine sense of her own importance… …

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  • 29importance — noun 1) an event of immense importance Syn: significance, momentousness, moment, import, consequence, note, weight, seriousness, gravity 2) she had an exaggerated sense of her own importance Syn: status …

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  • 30importance —    Ano nui, waiwai.   Thing of importance, mea nui.   Limited importance, ōpū uku uku, kaupalena ia …

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  • 31importance — reikšmingumas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. importance; significance vok. Bedeutsamkeit, f; Wichtigkeit, f rus. важность, f; значимость, f pranc. importance, f …

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  • 32importance — n. 1. Consequence, weight, weightiness, moment, momentousness, significance, import, concern. 2. Self importance, consequence, pomposity …

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  • 33importance — n 1. significance, consequence, matter, value, account, concern, Archaic. concernment; moment, weight, weightiness, substance, greatness, magnitude, force; gravity, graveness, heaviness, seriousness, solemnity; priority, precedence, press,… …

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  • 34importance — nf. êportanse, êportinse / a (Albanais.001b), inportanse (001a, Aix), inpourtyinse (Arvillard). E. : Attention, Question. A1) perdre de son importance, aller à la faillite, battre de l aile, (ep. d une maison de commerce) : balyî ba vi. (Saxel),… …

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  • 35importance — important ► ADJECTIVE 1) of great significance or value. 2) having high rank or social status. DERIVATIVES importance noun importantly adverb …

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  • 36importance — noun /ɪmˈpɔːtəns,ɪmˈpɔɹtəns/ a) The quality or condition of being important or worthy of note b) significance or prominence …

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  • 37Importance — ∙Im|por|tance [ɛ̃mpɔrtã:s], die; : ↑Importanz: sechzehn Visiten ..., die von allerhöchster I. sind (Schiller, Kabale III, 2) …

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  • 38importance — Synonyms and related words: account, ascendancy, authority, charisma, charm, clout, concern, consequence, conspicuousness, control, credit, distinction, dominance, domination, effect, elevation, eminence, enchantment, esteem, exaltation,… …

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  • 39importance — im·por·tance || ɪm pÉ”rtns / pɔːtns n. significance, consequence, worth; status, important position …

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  • 40importance — im·por·tance …

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