New English-Irish Dictionary
Similar words: imposed · impost · imposter · reimpose · compose · dispose · impasse · implode · implore · improve
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impose

1. verb introduce law, restriction etc 2. verb force sb to adopt or accept sth3. verb cause sb to suffer4. verb inconvenience sb5. verb make your influence felt on sth6. verb PUBL arrange pages for binding 1 verb introduce law, restriction etc TRANSITIVEcuir i bhfeidhmforchuir technical term verb  c m uthe police are required to impose the new restrictions tá de dhualgas ar na póilíní na srianta nua a chur i bhfeidhmto impose conditions on sb coinníollacha a chur ar dhuine, coinníollacha a leagan ar dhuineto impose sanctions on a country smachtbhannaí a chur ar thírto impose a fine on sb fíneáil a ghearradh ar dhuine 2 verb force sb to adopt or accept sth TRANSITIVEcuir i gcionbrúigh verb  c m uevery party wants to impose their policies bíonn gach páirtí ag iarraidh a bpolasaithe a bhrú chun cinnto impose your own views on sb do thuairimí féin a bhrú ar dhuine, do thuairimí féin a chur i gcion ar dhuine
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3 verb cause sb to suffer TRANSITIVEto impose a hardship on sb cruatan a chur ar dhuine 4 verb inconvenience sb
INTRANSITIVEto impose on sb cur isteach ar dhuine, bheith ag teannadh ar dhuineshe doesn't want to impose níor mhaith léi cur isteach orainn, níl sí ag iarraidh bheith ag brú isteach
TRANSITIVEto impose yourself on sb cur isteach ar dhuine, bheith ag brú isteach ar dhuine
5 verb make your influence felt on sth
TRANSITIVEto impose yourself bheith ceannasachhe didn't impose himself on the game ní raibh aon tionchar aige ar an gcluiche
INTRANSITIVEto impose on sth tionchar a bheith agat ar rud, dul i gcion ar rud
6 verb PUBL arrange pages for binding TRANSITIVEsuigh verb  c m u

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