1) parmâte; 2) parmâti
Fr.: 1) inpératif; 2) impériux
1a) A command or order.
From L.L. imperativus "pertaining to a command," from imperat-, p.p. stem of → imperare "to command."
Parmât, noun from present stem of parmâtidan, → imperare; parmâtii, adj. from parmât.
kâte-ye parmâti, ~ farmâni
Fr.: cas impératif
The grammatical mood of a verb that expresses a command or a request, as in close the door!.
In an imperative manner.
Not perfect; faulty or incomplete.
A fault, flaw, or undesirable feature; the state or condition of being imperfect.
parmâtyâri, parmâtgâni, šâhi, šâhâne, šâhanšâhi
Of, relating to, or suggestive of an empire or a sovereign, especially an emperor or empress (TheFreeDictionary).
Adjective of → empire.
1) The extension of a nation's authority by territorial acquisition or by
the establishment of economic and political dominance over other nations.
1) General: Something implied; the act of implying.
1) General: Implied, rather than expressly stated.
From L. implicitus, variant of implicatus, p.p. of implicare, → implication.
Dartâhi, from dartâh present stem of dartâhidan, → implication, + -y adj. suffix.
Fr.: fonction implicite
A function which contains two or more variables that are not independent of each other. An implicit function of x and y is one of the form f(x,y) = 0, e.g., 4x + y2 - 9 = 0. See also → explicit function.
Implode, from → in- + (ex)plode, from L. plaudere "to clap, beat," of uncertain origin.
Forukaftidan, from foru- "down, downward; below; beneath" (Mid.Pers. frôt "down, downward;" O.Pers. fravata "forward, downward;" cf. Skt. pravát- "a sloping path, the slope of a mountain") + kaftidan "to burst; to split," variants kaftan, kâftan "to split; to dig," (Parthian Mid.Pers. q'f- "to split;" Sogdian kβ "to spli;" Chorasmian kf- "to split, be split;" Proto-Iranian *kap-, *kaf- "to split").
A violent inward collapse; the act of imploding; opposed to → explosion.
Verbal noun of → implode.
1) To involve or indicate by inference, association, or necessary
consequence rather than by direct statement
Infinitive of → implication.
1) darbartidan; 2) darbart
1a) To bring in (merchandise, commodities, workers, etc.) from a foreign country
for use, sale, processing, reexport, or services.
Of great significance or effect.
From M.Fr. important, from M.L. importantem, from importare "be significant in," from importare "bring in," → in- "into, in" + portare "to carry."
Garin, on the model of Kurd. giring "important," related to girân, gerân "heavy, important;" Mid.Pers. garân, Proto-Ir. stem *garu-; cf. Av. gouru-; Skt. guru- "heavy, important, venerable;" L. gravis "weighty, serious, heavy," → gravity.
1) To lay on or set as something to be borne, endured, obeyed, fulfilled, paid, etc.
barnehâ, barnehandé, barnehân
Very impressive because of great size, stately appearance, dignity, elegance, etc. (Dictionary.com).
1) The laying on of something as a burden or obligation.
Not possible; unable to be, exist, happen. Unable to be done, performed, effected.
On who pretends to be what he is not.
Daqalkâr, from daqal "imposture, deceit" + -kâr, agent noun suffix, from kardan, → -or.