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impress (verb), impresses; impressed; impressing
1. To make a positive impact on someone; to find favor: The director, Mr. Hathaway, was very impressed with the new candidate for the position of secretary.
2. To stamp by using pressure: Virginia used the embosser to imprint her name on the first page of many of her books.
3. To make someone else understand the importance or degree of something: Sandy impressed on her children to do their very best in school, and it worked!
4. To give someone a notion or belief of how one is: Floyd, Mrs. Robinson's future son-in-law, impressed her as being a fine gentleman.
5. To emphasise or to stress something: The teacher at the driving school tried to impress the importance of safety while on the roads.