English translation of 'impressionar'
1. to impress
2. (abalar) to affect
1. to be impressive
2. (pessoa) to make an impression
impressionar-se reflexive verb
impressionar-se (com algo) (comover-se) to be moved (by sth)
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'impressionar' in Other Languages
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
Translation of impressionar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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