A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to indict)
a. to impute
El hombre confesó que sí había cometido el delito que le imputaban.The man confessed that he had committed the crime imputed to him.
b. to attribute
Han imputado varios casos de corrupción al político.Several cases of corruption have been attributed to the politician.
c. to accuse
Se imputó al acusado de tenencia de armas ilegal.The defendant was accused of the possession of illegal arms.
d. to charge
Los crímenes que se les imputan son muy graves.The crimes they are charged with are very serious.
2. (to dedicate)
a. to allocate
El dinero que gané en la lotería lo imputé a pagar la hipoteca de mi casa.I allocated the money I won in the lottery to pay my home mortgage.
b. to assign
El alcalde imputó el dinero recaudado en los impuestos a realizar mejoras en la ciudad.The mayor assigned the tax money collected to make improvements in the city.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (atribuir)
imputar algo a alguiento accuse somebody of something
2. (commerce)
a. to allocate, to assign
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transitive verb
imputar a to impute to; attribute to; los hechos que se les imputan the acts with which they are charged
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