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im·pute
imˈpyo͞ot/
verb
past tense: imputed; past participle: imputed
  1. represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done, caused, or possessed by someone; attribute.
    “the crimes imputed to Richard”
    synonyms: attribute to, ascribe to, assign to, credit to; More

    connect with, associate with
    “the worst of these mistakes have been unfairly imputed to him”
    • Finance
      assign (a value) to something by inference from the value of the products or processes to which it contributes.
      “recovering the initial outlay plus imputed interest”
    • Theology
      ascribe (righteousness, guilt, etc.) to someone by virtue of a similar quality in another.
      “Christ’s righteousness has been imputed to us”
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