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impose

US [ɪmˈpoʊz]
UK [ɪmˈpəʊz]
  • v.推行;迫使;强制实行;把…强加于
  • Web征税;利用;欺骗
Simple Present:imposes  Present Participle:imposing  Past Tense:imposed  
Impose
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth (on/upon sth/sb)
推行,采用(规章制度);强制实行to introduce a new law, rule, tax, etc.; to order that a rule, punishment, etc. be used
A new tax was imposed on fuel.
当局开始对燃油征收一项新税。
2.
[t]
~ sth (on/upon sb/sth)
迫使;把…强加于to force sb/sth to have to deal with sth that is difficult or unpleasant
to impose limitations/restrictions/constraints on sth
强行限制╱管制╱约束某事物
This system imposes additional financial burdens on many people.
这个制度给很多人增加了额外的经济负担。
3.
[t]
~ sth (on/upon sb)
使(别人)接受自己的意见to make sb accept the same opinions, wishes, etc. as your own
She didn't want to impose her values on her family.
她并不想勉强家人接受自己的价值观。
It was noticeable how a few people managed to impose their will on the others.
显而易见,有少数几个人设法把自己的意志强加于别人。
4.
[i]
勉强(某人做某事);硬要…和…在一起to expect sb to do sth for you or to spend time with you, when it may not be convenient for them
‘You must stay for lunch.’ ‘Well, thanks, but I don't want to impose…’
“你一定得留下吃午饭。”“唔,谢谢,但我不想添麻烦…”
Everyone imposes on Dave's good nature.
大家都欺负戴夫脾气好。
5.
[t]
~ yourself (on/upon sb/sth)
使接受,使意识到(自己的在场或想法)to make sb/sth accept or be aware of your presence or ideas
European civilization was the first to impose itself across the whole world.
欧洲文明是最先传播到全世界的。

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