impetrate


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Related to impetrate: inculcate, accumulate, vacillate, congratulated

impetrate

(ˈɪmpɪˌtreɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Theology) to supplicate or entreat for, esp by prayer
2. (Theology) to obtain by prayer
[C16: from Latin impetrāre to procure by entreaty, from -petrāre, from patrāre to bring to pass, of uncertain origin; perhaps related to Latin pater a father]
ˌimpeˈtration n
ˈimpetrative, ˈimpetratory adj
ˈimpeˌtrator n

impetrate


Past participle: impetrated
Gerund: impetrating

Imperative
impetrate
impetrate
Present
I impetrate
you impetrate
he/she/it impetrates
we impetrate
you impetrate
they impetrate
Preterite
I impetrated
you impetrated
he/she/it impetrated
we impetrated
you impetrated
they impetrated
Present Continuous
I am impetrating
you are impetrating
he/she/it is impetrating
we are impetrating
you are impetrating
they are impetrating
Present Perfect
I have impetrated
you have impetrated
he/she/it has impetrated
we have impetrated
you have impetrated
they have impetrated
Past Continuous
I was impetrating
you were impetrating
he/she/it was impetrating
we were impetrating
you were impetrating
they were impetrating
Past Perfect
I had impetrated
you had impetrated
he/she/it had impetrated
we had impetrated
you had impetrated
they had impetrated
Future
I will impetrate
you will impetrate
he/she/it will impetrate
we will impetrate
you will impetrate
they will impetrate
Future Perfect
I will have impetrated
you will have impetrated
he/she/it will have impetrated
we will have impetrated
you will have impetrated
they will have impetrated
Future Continuous
I will be impetrating
you will be impetrating
he/she/it will be impetrating
we will be impetrating
you will be impetrating
they will be impetrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impetrating
you have been impetrating
he/she/it has been impetrating
we have been impetrating
you have been impetrating
they have been impetrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impetrating
you will have been impetrating
he/she/it will have been impetrating
we will have been impetrating
you will have been impetrating
they will have been impetrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impetrating
you had been impetrating
he/she/it had been impetrating
we had been impetrating
you had been impetrating
they had been impetrating
Conditional
I would impetrate
you would impetrate
he/she/it would impetrate
we would impetrate
you would impetrate
they would impetrate
Past Conditional
I would have impetrated
you would have impetrated
he/she/it would have impetrated
we would have impetrated
you would have impetrated
they would have impetrated
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Parents are impetrate individual child, they do not impose any authority.
Speght's dedication, 'To all vertuous Ladies Honourable or Worshipfull, and to all other of Hevahs sex fearing God' is not only a bid 'to impetrate patronage from some of power to sheild mee' but a move, at the outset, to assert the possibility of a virtuous, homosocial circuit between writing and reading women.
Potito, y corresponde al parrafo: <<Condotta dipoi quiui la fanciulla, impetrate Potito lo aiuto di Christo, le diede una cessata, la onde lo spirito subito le usci da dosso, uolando uia in forma di un drago>>.