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impose (verb), imposes; imposed; imposing
1. To make another person do something or agree to something by using some form of authority: The supervisor, Mr. Smithson asked if he could impose on the secretary for a brief conversation.
2. To expect someone to do something or to spend time with another person even when it is inconvenient for him or her to do it: Steven, the witness, stated that he hoped that he was not imposing on the officer's time by going into too many details about the accident he had just seen.
3. When some government authority introduces something; such as, a new law or a new system, and forces people to accept it and to follow what has been authorized: The government imposed a new tax on the citizens.