Translation of impresión in English:

impresión

f

  • 1 1.1 (idea, sensación) impression da la impresión de ser demasiado ancho it looks (as if it might be) too wide nos causó or nos hizo muy buena impresión he made a very good impression on us, we were very impressed with him me da/tengo la impresión de que me está mintiendo I have a feeling o an idea he's lying to me, I get the impression o feeling he's lying to me no tuvimos oportunidad de cambiar impresiones we didn't get a chance to compare notes o/or talk about it 1.2 (sensación desagradable) tocar el pescado me da impresión handling fish turns my stomach ver sangre le daba impresión she couldn't stand the sight of blood el agua está tan fría que da impresión al entrar the water's so cold, it's a bit of a shock when you first get in

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