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impression

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪmˈpreʃən/
( also ad view) MARKETING, E-COMMERCE a single time that an internet advertisement is seen by a user: They market a company's product for a fixed rate per 1,000 impressions. →  See also cost per impression , page view
PRODUCTION all the copies of a book that have been printed at the same time without any changes being made: This is the second impression of the encyclopedia.
Translations of “impression”
in Korean 깊은 인상, 감명, 인상…
in Arabic اِنْطِباع…
in Portuguese impressão…
in Catalan impressió…
in Japanese 感じ, 印象…
in Italian impressione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意見, 印象, 感想…
in Russian впечатление, представление, пародия…
in Turkish izlenim, etki, initba…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见, 印象, 感想…
in Polish wrażenie, parodia, odcisk…
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