impose

impose
impose [im pōz′]
vt.
imposed, imposing [Fr, altered by assoc. with poser (see POSE1) < L imponere, to place upon < in-, on + ponere: see POSITION]
1. to place or set (a burden, tax, fine, etc. on or upon) as by authority
2. to force (oneself, one's presence or will, etc.) on another or others without right or invitation; obtrude
3. to pass off; palm off; foist, esp. by deception [to impose false cures on unsuspecting patients]
4. to arrange (pages of type or plates) in a frame in the proper order of printing
5. Archaic to place; put; deposit
6. to lay (the hands) on, as in ordaining
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impose on or impose upon
1. Rare to make a strong impression on
2. to take advantage of; put to some trouble or use unfairly for one's own benefit
3. to cheat or defraud
imposer
n.

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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  • imposé — imposé, ée (in pô zé, zée) part. passé d imposer. 1°   Mis dessus. Les mains imposées par l évêque. 2°   Les noms imposés par Adam aux animaux. 3°   Soumis à un tribut. Être imposé à tant.    Substantivement. Les plus imposés de la commune.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Impose — Im*pose , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Imposed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Imposing}.] [F. imposer; pref. im in + poser to place. See {Pose}, v. t.] 1. To lay on; to set or place; to put; to deposit. [1913 Webster] Cakes of salt and barley [she] did impose Within …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • impose — I (enforce) verb bid, bind, burden, charge, coerce, command, compel, conscript, constrain, decree, demand, dictate, direct, drive, enact, encumber, enjoin, exact, execute, extort, force upon, impel, imponere, iniungere, insist upon, lay upon,… …   Law dictionary

  • imposé — Imposé, [impos]ée. part. Joug, tribut imposé. taxe imposée. taille imposée. un homme imposé à la taille. nom imposé. penitence imposée …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Impose — Im*pose , v. i. To practice tricks or deception. [1913 Webster] {To impose on} or {To impose upon}, (a) to pass or put a trick on; to delude; to cheat; to defraud. He imposes on himself, and mistakes words for things. Locke. (b) to place an… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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