Definitions for Imperialɪmˈpɪər i əl
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imperial, imperial beard(noun)
a small tufted beard worn by Emperor Napoleon III
a piece of luggage carried on top of a coach
relating to or associated with an empire
"imperial colony"; "the imperial gallon was standardized legally throughout the British Empire"
of or belonging to the British Imperial System of weights and measures
befitting or belonging to an emperor or empress
imperial, majestic, purple, regal, royal(adj)
belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler
"golden age of imperial splendor"; "purple tyrant"; "regal attire"; "treated with royal acclaim"; "the royal carriage of a stag's head"
A bottle of wine (usually Bordeaux) containing 6 liters of fluid, eight times the volume of a standard bottle.
A printing-paper size measuring 30 inches x 22 inches.
Related to an empire, emperor, or empress.
Relating to the British imperial system of measurement.
Very grand or fine.
Of special, superior, or unusual size or excellence.
Origin: From imperialis, from imperium + -alis, from impero, from im- + paro.
of or pertaining to an empire, or to an emperor; as, an imperial government; imperial authority or edict
belonging to, or suitable to, supreme authority, or one who wields it; royal; sovereign; supreme
of superior or unusual size or excellence; as, imperial paper; imperial tea, etc
the tuft of hair on a man's lower lip and chin; -- so called from the style of beard of Napoleon III
an outside seat on a diligence
a luggage case on the top of a coach
anything of unusual size or excellence, as a large decanter, a kind of large photograph, a large sheet of drowing, printing, or writing paper, etc
a gold coin of Russia worth ten rubles, or about eight dollars
a kind of fine cloth brought into England from Greece. or other Eastern countries, in the Middle Ages
Origin: [OE. emperial, OF. emperial, F. imprial, fr. L. imperialis, fr. imperium command, sovereignty, empire. See Empire.]
Imperial was the Chrysler Corporation's luxury automobile brand between 1955 and 1975, with a brief reappearance in 1981 to 1983. The Imperial name had been used since 1926, but was never a separate make, just the top-of-the-line Chrysler. However, in 1955, the company decided to spin Imperial off as its own make and division to better compete with its rivals, Lincoln and Cadillac. Imperial would see new body styles introduced every two to three years, all with V8 engines and automatic transmissions, as well as technologies that would filter down to Chrysler corporation's other models.
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Rank popularity for the word 'Imperial' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3827
Rank popularity for the word 'Imperial' in Adjectives Frequency: #522
Translations for Imperial
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- majestuós, imperialCatalan, Valencian
- imperiální, říšskýCzech
- imperial, kaiserlichGerman
- majesteetlik, kuninglikEstonian
- majesteettinen, mahtava, brittiläinen, keisarillinenFinnish
- impérial, royalFrench
- ard-reeoil, ard-rheamaghManx
- birodalmi, császáriHungarian
- dominicus, imperiālisLatin
- царски, британски, империјаленMacedonian
- imperialny, cesarskiPolish
- великолепный, имперский, британский, королевский, царский, императорскийRussian
- majestätisk, kejserlig, kunglig, storslagen, mäktig, förnämSwedish
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