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impose

Synonyms of impose in English:

verb

  • 1 he imposed his ideas on the art director
    foist, force, inflict, press, urge
    informal saddle someone with, land someone with
  • 2 new taxes will be imposed
    levy, charge, apply, enforce;
    set, establish, institute, introduce, bring into effect
  • 3 it was never my intention to impose on you
    take advantage of, exploit, take liberties with, treat unfairly;
    bother, trouble, disturb, inconvenience, put out, put to trouble, be a burden on
    informal walk all over
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