Translation of impute in Spanish:

impute

Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpjuːt/

vt

  • [formal] to impute sth to sth/sb imputarle algo a algo/algn [formal], atribuirle* algo a algo/algn
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    • Crucial facts are elided and fictitious positions are imputed to his opponents.
    • The father's views, the article properly noted, cannot simply be imputed to the son.
    • ‘When those connections are made in this campaign and are imputed to this president, it's going to be a very bad thing for the president,’ he said.
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    • In a nutshell, the issue was whether God's righteousness is imputed (thus the Lutherans) or imparted (thus Rome).
    • Thus, in the immediate context Paul is teaching that God imputes righteousness by faith in Christ apart from works.
    • The central point of God saving the ungodly is that He does so by imputing the righteousness of Christ to the one who believes.

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