noun, (sometimes initial capital letters)
a U.S. presidency that is characterized by greater power than the Constitution allows.
- Imperial software technology
company A software engineering company which emerged from Imperial College in about 1982. It enjoys a world-wide reputation for technical excellence as a software product and technology provider in the Open Systems market. Its flagship product is X-Designer, the award-winning graphical user interface builder. It also has considerable expertise in the Z language and Formal […]
noun 1. an irrigated agricultural region in SE California, adjacent to Mexico, formerly a part of the Colorado Desert: it is largely below sea level and contains the Salton Sink.
- Imperial war museum
noun 1. a museum in London, founded in 1920, containing material related to military operations involving British and Commonwealth forces since 1914
[im-per-uh l] /ɪmˈpɛr əl/ verb (used with object), imperiled, imperiling or (especially British) imperilled, imperilling. 1. to put in or danger; endanger. /ɪmˈpɛrɪl/ verb -rils, -rilling, -rilled (US) -rils, -riling, -riled 1. (transitive) to place in danger or jeopardy; endanger v. 1590s, from assimilated form of in- “into, in” (see in- (2)) + peril. Related: […]