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To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
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  1. To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
  2. To force to undergo or experience (something unwanted):
  3. To cause (something injurious or harmful), as to a person, group, or area:
To force another to accept especially by stealth or deceit.
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  1. To force another to accept especially by stealth or deceit.
  2. To introduce or insert surreptitiously or without warrant.
  3. To impose (something or someone unwanted) upon another by coercion or trickery:
To force the payment or yielding of; extort:
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  1. To force the payment or yielding of; extort:
  2. To inflict (vengeance or punishment, for example).
  3. To demand and get by authority or force; insist on
To require stockholders and partners to fill the need for additional capital by making additional contributions to their corporation or partnership.
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  1. To require stockholders and partners to fill the need for additional capital by making additional contributions to their corporation or partnership.
  2. To set or determine the amount of (a payment, such as a tax or fine).
  3. To determine the value of something, especially of real estate for property tax purposes. See also appraise.
To call for; make necessary; require
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  1. To call for; make necessary; require
  2. To inflict (vengeance or punishment, for example).
  3. To demand and get by authority or force; insist on
(Law) To seize property in order to satisfy a judgment
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  1. (Law) To seize property in order to satisfy a judgment
  2. To impose (a tax or fine, for example) on someone.
  3. To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
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  1. To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
  2. To adapt:
  3. (Sports) To hurl with an overhand pushing motion:
To order, establish, or decide by decree:
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  1. To order, establish, or decide by decree:
  2. To order, decide, or appoint by decree or officially
  3. To issue a decree; ordain
To say or read aloud to be recorded or written by another:
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  1. To say or read aloud to be recorded or written by another:
  2. To speak or read (something) aloud for someone else to write down
  3. To impose or give (orders) with or as with authority
To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
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  1. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
  2. To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
  3. (--- Informal) To take revenge upon (someone); get even with.
To invest with ministerial or priestly authority; confer holy orders on:
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  1. To invest with ministerial or priestly authority; confer holy orders on:
  2. To order or decree by virtue of superior authority:
  3. To decree; order; establish; enact
(Law) To claim a right or title through long use or possession
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  1. (Law) To claim a right or title through long use or possession
  2. To become invalidated or outlawed by negative prescription
  3. To order the use of (a medicine or other treatment).
To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
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  1. To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
  2. To cause (something injurious or harmful), as to a person, group, or area:
  3. To force to undergo or experience (something unwanted):
To put (a specified card) into play
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  1. To put (a specified card) into play
  2. To act or conduct oneself in a specified way:
  3. (Music) To perform on an instrument:
To visit someone or something
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  1. To visit someone or something
  2. To go to see in order to aid or console:
  3. (Informal) To converse or chat:
To bring about (damage or destruction, for example):
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  1. To bring about (damage or destruction, for example):
  2. (Archaic) To take vengeance for; avenge.
  3. To give vent or free play to (one's anger, malice, rage, etc.)
  1. To introduce or insert surreptitiously or without warrant.
  2. To put in slyly or surreptitiously, as a clause into a contract
  3. To get (a thing) accepted, sold, etc. by fraud, deception, etc.; palm off
To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
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  1. To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
  2. To force to undergo or experience (something unwanted):
  3. To cause (something injurious or harmful), as to a person, group, or area:
(Idiomatic) To give a responsibility to someone.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To give a responsibility to someone.
  2. To put a saddle on a horse and mount it
  3. To get into a saddle; mount a horse. Often used with up.
To kill by piercing:
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  1. To kill by piercing:
  2. To pierce, puncture, or penetrate with a pointed instrument:
  3. To prop (a vine, etc.) with a stick or sticks
(Obsolete) To deceive or trick.
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  1. (Obsolete) To deceive or trick.
  2. To assail with insulting or hurtful words; revile.
  3. To use wrongly; misuse
To employ to the greatest possible advantage:
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  1. To employ to the greatest possible advantage:
  2. To make use of; turn to account; utilize productively
  3. To use for one’s own advantage.
To take for granted that something is true or factual; make a supposition.
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  1. To take for granted that something is true or factual; make a supposition.
  2. To venture without authority or permission; dare:
  3. To take upon oneself without permission or authority; dare (to say or do something); venture
To put or bring into action or service; employ for or apply to a given purpose
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  1. To put or bring into action or service; employ for or apply to a given purpose
  2. To take or consume for a purpose:
  3. To avail oneself of; practice:
Find another word for impose. In this page you can discover 43 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for impose, like: force upon, inflict, foist, exact, command, force, require, tax, assess, exact and levy.