Definition of 'impress'
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You come across so smartly and can impress the toughest boss or a group of experts. The Sun (2016)It was not difficult to see why the judges were impressed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His leadership and maturity have really impressed me. The Sun (2016)At work your interesting ideas and your keen eye for detail impress the bosses. The Sun (2016)I was impressed with the many nice little touches. The Sun (2017)And I was just impressed by so many individual examples of people who have taken action. Smithsonian Mag (2017)He's impressed, and makes her a partner in the venture. The Sun (2016)I'M not impressed by the new National Lottery draw structure. The Sun (2016)They were particularly impressed with their dedication and attention to quality. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, FunctionsBut it was what happened after the service that impressed me. Christianity Today (2000)They were impressed by how many had come. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You will make allies and impress all sorts of people. The Sun (2015)Will be out to impress against one of his former clubs. The Sun (2006)But when the two get a chance to banter with one another the film really impresses. The Sun (2009)Will he impress his new boss and cover up his part in the accident? The Sun (2015)You have a gift for impressing a tough boss. The Sun (2008)The country really influenced and impressed me. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One man impressed her with his gift of a single rose. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All were extremely impressed with the service. The Sun (2007)It was those skills that impressed many of the men and women who worked alongside him. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What meal would you make to impress a potential partner? The Sun (2013)Because he was the one who impressed me most on his work ethic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But what exactly should you wear to impress a potential new boss or land a promotion? The Sun (2014)The way you solve problems impresses a boss. The Sun (2013)Ironically it has been on the right of a defensive trio where he has really impressed. The Sun (2015)And he is not an easy man to impress. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sadly, some other ideas for a garden city failed to impress the judges. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Surprisingly, it was entries about social change that most impressed the judges. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She blew her chances of impressing film bosses at Cannes after losing her passport and missing out on the festival. The Sun (2011)But he added: 'I have been impressed by their attitude and their effort. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'impress'
British English: impress /ɪmˈprɛs/ VERB
If someone or something impresses you, you feel great admiration for them.
The students were trying to impress their girlfriends.
The film impresses on many levels.
- American English: impress
- Arabic: يُؤَثِّرُ فِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: impressionar
- Chinese: 留下印象
- Croatian: impresionirati
- Czech: udělat 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
- European Portuguese: impressionar
- Romanian: a impresiona
- Russian: впечатлять
- Spanish: impresionar
- Swedish: imponera
- Thai: ประทับใจ
- Turkish: etkilemek iz bırakmak
- Ukrainian: вражати
- Vietnamese: gây ấn tượng
Definition of impress from the Collins English Dictionary
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