- represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone; attribute；ascribe (righteousness, guilt, etc.) to someone by virtue of a similar quality in another
verb: impute, 3rd person present: imputes, gerund or present participle: imputing, past tense: imputed, past participle: imputed
- 1. represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone; attribute the crimes imputed to Richard
- ▪ ascribe (righteousness, guilt, etc.) to someone by virtue of a similar quality in another Christ's righteousness has been imputed to us
- 2. assign (a value) to something by inference from the value of the products or processes to which it contributes by imputing the interest rates they potentially introduce a measurement error
Rate used to impute interest is tied to average yield on certain federal securities...
1.imputed interest on funds used during construction(share financing) 工程期間用款的預估利息 2.abstract company's fee for title search 扣去地契搜尋(搜證)的費用 2012-06-16 01:52:42 補充： title search = 對所有權的蒐證
... and accomplishments be credited to God! (認同)3.impute something tosomebody (something) 把事情失敗歸咎某人【壞事才可】 I imputed...