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importer a person or business that brings items in from another country so that they may be sold as merchandise.
impose to set as something that needs to be followed, done, or obeyed.
impose on to make demands of without being invited or at a bad time.
impose upon to make demands of without being invited or at a bad time.
impossible not able to happen, or be done; not possible. [2 definitions]
impostor a person who cheats or tricks others by pretending to be another person.
impractical not useful or wise to do; not practical. [2 definitions]
impress1 to make a strong impact on (someone), especially a positive impact.
impressed having a strong, lasting, or positive feeling about someone or something as a response to having met or encountered that person or thing.
impression a strong feeling, idea, or opinion that comes from experience with something. [3 definitions]
impressive having a lasting effect on the mind or feelings; making a strong impression.
imprint a mark or design made by pressing or printing on a surface. [4 definitions]
imprison to put or keep in a prison.
improper not correct. [2 definitions]
improper fraction a fraction in which the denominator is smaller than the numerator.
improve to make better. [2 definitions]
improved made better; of a higher quality.
improvement the act of improving or the condition of being improved. [2 definitions]
improvise to make up while one is performing; perform without planning or practice. [2 definitions]
impudent not showing respect; bold and rude.
impulse a sudden wish or desire that makes a person want to do something. [2 definitions]