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    imperative - Dictionary definition and meaning for word imperative

    (noun) a mood that expresses an intention to influence the listener's behavior Definition
    (noun) some duty that is essential and urgent Definition
    (adj) requiring attention or action
    Example Sentence
    • as nuclear weapons proliferate, preventing war becomes imperative
    • requests that grew more and more imperative
    (adj) relating to verbs in the imperative mood
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for imperative

you have to attend your "important r(el)ative "...nd tht meeting is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY and IMPORTANT

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if we divide it looks like impe(important)+rative(sounds like native)....so indian government has released a IMPORTANT notice to all its NATIVES.

Imperative = Imp(Important) + erative(Native). As an important native/citizen it is "Absolutely necessary & critically important" for you to vote for your nation! :)

IMP+eRATE+(f)IVE-> if the run RATE is below fIVE then we shoud immediately take ACTION by hittin some quick boundaries..etc

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text: imperative Nutcracker
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