BLACK Africa have enlisted the services of a psychologist to help them focus on retaining the...
BANK WINDHOEK Holdings plans to list on the Namibian Stock Exchange on 20 June, the bank announced...
JOHANNESBURG – Lonmin (JSE:LON) said yesterday that 86 percent of workers at its South African...
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POLICE issued close to 15 000 licenses for guns to civilians in the past two years, according to figures The Namibian obtained yesterday. One licensee can have up to four firearms.
HIGHER education graduates in Namibia are not adequately prepared to face the challenges brought by the country’s changing socio-economic environment.
INDEPENDENT Namibia’s first finance minister, Otto Herrigel, has died at the age of 75.
Protestors parade pigs and pig’s blood as they staged a demonstration against lawmakers’ demands for higher salaries outside parliament buildings in the capital Nairobi on Tuesday.
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impute ( (im-PYOOT) ) verbshow definition
Verb tr.: To attribute, ascribe, or credit, often unfairly.
Etymology: From Old French imputer, from Latin imputare, from in- (in) + putare (to assess, reckon). Ultimately from the Indo-European root pau- (to cut, stroke, or stamp), which is also the source of amputate, compute, dispute, count, pavid, puerile, and catchpole. Earliest documented use: 1480.
Usage: “‘There’s a tendency to impute much greater skill on the part of somebody like Jamie Dimon, who is very smooth,’ Bill Miller says.” Hugh Son; Bank of America Chief’s Tumbles Turn Into Strides; The Washington Post; Mar 10, 2013.