Hindi translation of 'impress'
impress /ɪmˈpres इमˈप्रेस्/
Word forms: impresses, impressing, impressed
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If someone or something impresses you, you feel great admiration for them.
The students were trying to impress their girlfriends.
They are really desperate to impress.
impressed adjective after link verb
I'm very impressed with the new airport.
2. transitive verb
If you impress something on or upon someone, you make them understand its importance.
I always impressed upon the children that if they worked hard they would succeed.
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Example Sentences Including 'impress'
Probably he had bought them, certainly she hadn't selected them, to impress the disco dolly up in Portmarnock.Death of an Unknown Man
At another table a senior man was either being flattered by the attentions of juniors, or he was seeking to impress.A Death in Time
At least I've managed to impress upon him that there are house rules in any relationship.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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'impress' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُؤَثِّرُ فِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: impressionar
- Chinese: 留下印象
- Croatian: impresionirati
- Czech: udělat dojem dělat dojem
- Danish: imponere
- Dutch: indruk maken
- European Spanish: impresionar
- Finnish: tehdä vaikutus
- French: impressionner
- German: beeindrucken
- Greek: εντυπωσιάζω
- Italian: colpire
- Japanese: 強く印象づける
- Korean: 감명을 주다
- Norwegian: imponere
- Polish: zachwycić zachwycać
- Portuguese: impressionar
- Romanian: a impresiona
- Russian: впечатлять
- Spanish: impresionar
- Swedish: imponera
- Thai: ประทับใจ
- Turkish: etkilemek iz bırakmak
- Ukrainian: вражати вразити
- Vietnamese: gây ấn tượng
Translation of impress from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary