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imposing

adjective  /ɪmˈpoʊ·zɪŋ/ us  
noticeable because of large size, appearance, or importance: an imposing mansion
Translations of “imposing”
in Spanish imponente…
in French imposant…
in German eindrucksvoll…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壯觀的, 宏偉的, 氣宇不凡的…
in Russian впечатляющий, внушительный…
in Turkish görkemli, heybetli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 壮观的, 宏伟的, 气宇不凡的…
in Polish imponujący…
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