imponer

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See also: impoñer

Danish[edit]

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imponer

  1. imperative of imponere

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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imponer

  1. imperative of imponere

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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imponer

  1. imperative of imponera and imponere

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin impōnō, impōnere.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /impoˈneɾ/, [ĩm.poˈneɾ]

Verb[edit]

imponer (first-person singular present impongo, first-person singular preterite impuse, past participle impuesto)

  1. to impose, impress
    Synonym: conmover
  2. to impose, enforce, foist
    Synonyms: someter, presionar, forzar, obligar
  3. to enjoin
  4. (reflexive) to dominate; to show force
    • 2020 October 11, Alejandro Ciriza, El País[1]:
      Se impone desde el fondo, abriendo ángulos, cada vez que se encuentran en la red para decidir quién es hoy el sheriff
      [Nadal] is taking control from the baseline, opening up angles whenever they meet at the net to decide who's today's "sheriff"

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