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important

adjective /imˈpoːtənt/
(opposite unimportant) having great value, influence or effect
importante
an important book/person/occasion It is important that you arrive here on time.
importantly adverb
de manera importante, importantemente
Most importantly, don’t forget to take your passport with you.
importance noun
importancia
This is a matter of great importance.
Translations of “important”
in Arabic مُهِمّ…
in Korean 중요한, 영향력이 큰…
in Malaysian penting…
in French important…
in Turkish önemli, faydalı, gerekli…
in Italian importante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 必需的, 重要的, 珍貴的…
in Russian важный, значительный, влиятельный…
in Polish ważny…
in Vietnamese quan trọng…
in Portuguese importante…
in Thai สำคัญ…
in German wichtig…
in Catalan important…
in Japanese 大切な, 地位の高い…
in Indonesian penting…
in Chinese (Simplified) 必需的, 重要的, 珍贵的…
(Definition of important from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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