Hindi translation of 'impose'
impose /ɪmˈpəʊz इमˈपअउज़्/
Word forms: imposes, imposing, imposed
1. transitive verb
If you impose something on people, you force them to accept it.
Don't impose your own tastes on your children.
impose something on someone/something
impose a fine/tax/penalty/sentence/ban/limit
a judge/authority/government imposes something
SIMILAR WORDSdictate, enforce
imposition /ˌɪmpəˈzɪʃən ˌइम्पअˈज़िशन्/ uncountable noun
...the imposition of higher taxes.
the imposition of something
the imposition of sanctions/tariffs/VAT
the imposition of a penalty/law
2. intransitive verb
If someone imposes on you, they expect you to do something for them which you do not want to do.
I hope you don't feel we are imposing on you.
I didn't want to impose on my married friends.
impositionWord forms: impositions countable noun
I know this is an imposition. But please listen to me.
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Example Sentences Including 'impose'
He didn't, like Leo and his cohorts, try to impose it on anyone else.Dreams of Innocence
I do think you need spiritual direction, but what I mustn't do is impose a Catholic director on you.Ultimate Prizes
Our task is to sell the idea that what we impose upon them is what they have always wanted.A Song at Twilight
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Translation of impose from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary