- 1.1to impinge
ono uponsomething(affect)incidir enalgoafectar ( a) algo(encroach on)to impinge on somebody's rights/privacy/freedomvulnerar algovulnerar los derechos/la intimidad/la libertad de alguienExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (light/particles)to impinge
- More than 1800 people - a pretty large focus group - were asked about the environmental factors that impinge most negatively upon their daily lives.
- One of the sacred precepts of modern educational theory is that you must never impinge negatively on the pupil's self-esteem.
- Those who oppose these laws argue that the legislation impinges far too much on civil liberties and strikes at the heart of some of the basic tenants of our democracy and judicial system.
- He wrote: ‘Whilst it does not appear to impinge too much on the Micklegate area, we do have an abundance of clubs and pubs in the area, which sometimes does have a detrimental effect on Micklegate.’
ono uponsomethingincidir enalgo
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