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1. To inspire or to influence thoroughly; to pervade: "His work was imbued with the revolutionary spirit."
2. To permeate or to saturate.
3. To stain or to dye deeply.
4. Etymology: "to cause to absorb" (feelings, opinions, etc.), from Middle French imbu (influenced by Latin imbutus, past participle of imbuere, "moisten, stain", earlier embu, past participle of emboire, from Latin imbibere, "to drink in, to soak in".
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