Third-person singular simple present indicative form of import. (verb)
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Use "imports" in a sentence
"Enormous imports is the brief answer-our traditional imports from the U.S. and Britain, plus a growing torrent of imports from Germany, Italy, and Japan."
"An assembly of notables was, as the term imports, a body consisting, not of representatives of the three orders, regularly summoned under the forms observed in the holding of the States General, but of the most prominent men of the kingdom, arbitrarily selected and invited by the crown to act as its advisers on some extraordinary emergency."
"In the original prospectus, issued under his sanction, we find "The object of the Society is strictly limited to what its title imports, namely, the imparting useful information to all classes of the community, particularly to such as are unable to avail themselves of experienced teachers, or may prefer learning by themselves.""