- 1 1.1 [Impr] to print impreso en Perú printed in Peru 1.2 [huella/marca] dejó sus huellas impresas en el barro he left his footprints in the mud
- 2 (comunicar, dar) 2.1 [formal] [movimiento] to impart [formal], to transmit [formal] imprimió excesiva velocidad al vehículo he drove the vehicle at excessive speed imprimió un trotecito corto a la yegua he brought the mare to a brisk trot imprimió a sus caderas un leve balanceo she swung her hips slightly as she walked 2.2 [formal] [orientación] to give esas experiencias imprimen carácter those are character-forming o character-building experiences le imprimió su estilo propio al personaje he stamped his own style on the character, he stamped the character with his own style
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