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    be paramount VS. be imperative

    be paramount VS. be imperative,

    what is the difference between them? Do they both mean "very important"?

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    Re: be paramount VS. be imperative

    "Paramount" has the general sense of "most important." "Imperative" has the sense of "urgent and mandatory."

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