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imperative (adjective), more imperative, most imperative
1. Referring to something that is very important: The exploding sidewalks in London make it an imperative responsibility of the city officials to solve the problem before someone is killed.
2. In grammar, a form that expresses a command instead of a normal statement or a question: "Jimmy, eat your spinach!" is an imperative sentence.
Very definitely necessary and essential.
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Expressive as a command which is not to be delayed.
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Pertaining to something that is definitely necessary and needs to be taken care of right away. (2)