Übersetzung von “impose” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /ɪmˈpəʊz/ us /-ˈpoʊz/

I to officially force a rule, tax, punishment, etc. to be obeyed or received

Very high taxes have recently been imposed on cigarettes.
Judges are imposing increasingly heavy fines for minor driving offences.
The council has imposed a ban on alcohol in the city parks.

I to force someone to accept something, especially a belief or way of living

I don’t want them to impose their religious beliefs on my children.
We must impose some kind of order on the way this office is run.

to expect someone to do something for you or spend time with you when they do not want to or when it is not convenient for them

Are you sure it’s all right for me to come tonight? I don’t want to impose.
She’s always imposing on peopleasking favours and getting everyone to do things for her.

(Übersetzung von “impose” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


verb /imˈpouz/

to place (a tax, fine, task etc) on someone or something

The government have imposed a new tax on cigarettes.

to force (oneself, one’s opinions etc) on a person

The headmaster liked to impose his authority on the teachers.

(often with on) to ask someone to do something which he should not be asked to do or which he will find difficult to do

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I hope I’m not imposing (on you) by asking you to help.
imposition /impəˈziʃən/ noun

Asking for help felt like an imposition on people.

(Übersetzung von “impose” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)