English translation of 'impelir'
1. (also figurative) to drive (on)
2. (obrigar) to force
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'impelir' in Other Languages
British English: prompt VERB
To prompt someone to do something means to make them decide to do it.
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
Translation of impelir from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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