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To make a strong, lasting, and typically favorable impression on
“He would impress me with his extensive knowledge of Thailand, my home country.”
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To cause to be amazed or excited
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“Although this should be an easy victory for Kaddour, the pressure to impress those at ringside will be great.”
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To embed into or within something, sometimes figuratively
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“We can impress it deeply into people's minds that they can prevent their own dental disease.”
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To instill or inculcate into the mind or consciousness of
“Beyond that, he should impress in his mind the old practices and ways of the warrior clans.”
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To stress or emphasize the importance of something
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“It was important for us to impress upon him the importance of driving safely.”
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To make or put a physical mark or design on (an object)
“The artist could carve an image onto wooden or metal blocks, ink the block, and impress it on paper.”
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To compel someone by force to do something
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“Maybe they would take him back to prison in England, or impress him into the Navy.”
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To hold or engage the attention of
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To behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers
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To motivate or animate, especially towards the accomplishment of a goal
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To convince, or cause to believe, through reason or argument
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To cause a profound effect
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Makes your presence felt
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To obtain, arrange, or achieve by deceitful methods or by trickery
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To have significance or be influential in a matter or decision
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To greatly emphasize a point or issue
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To make an impression on a person's mind
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To control or influence (a person or course of action)
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To captivate or impress someone
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To get an enthusiastic reception from
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To blemish, scratch, or stain with a mark
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Call upon
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To intimidate, subdue, or control by awe
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To select, typically for military service
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To give the impression of being
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Plural for a mark impressed on a surface or figuratively
“Few men have left so indelible an impress on the public mind.”
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Plural for a heraldic device or symbolic object as a distinctive badge of a nation, organization, or family
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