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impression British & World English

An idea, feeling, or opinion about something or someone, especially one formed without conscious thought or on the basis of little evidence

impression English Thesaurus

he got the impression that she was hiding something

impression New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

printing of a number of copies of a book at one time

artist's impression British & World English

A sketch or drawing of someone or something, produced when no photograph is available

under the impression that British & World English

Believing, mistakenly or on the basis of little evidence, that something is the case

under the impression that in impression British & World English

Believing, mistakenly or on the basis of little evidence, that something is the case


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