Synonyms of 'imprint'
The work had left an imprint on her vocabulary.
a mark or impression produced by pressing, printing, or stampingthe imprint of his little finger
to establish firmlyShe repeated the names, as if to imprint them on her mind.
Fix the photo to the card using double-sided tape
He has established himself as a pivotal figure in US politics.
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
a gate set in a high wall
Position trailing plants near the edges of the basket.
Sir Eric had evidently planted the idea in her mind.
They had installed wi-fi in the apartment.
Doctors implanted an artificial heart into the 46-year-old man.
The fossils are embedded in hard sandstone.
to produce (a mark) by pressing, printing, or stampinga racket with the club's badge imprinted on the strings
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in the sense of effect
power to influence or produce a resultThe whole effect is cool, light and airy
in the sense of embed
to fix firmly in a surrounding solid massThe fossils are embedded in hard sandstone.
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