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Meaning of “imprint” - Learner’s Dictionary

imprint

noun     /ˈɪmprɪnt/
MARK [C] a mark left when an object is pressed into something soft: The steps showed the imprint of his boots in the snow.Holes, hollows and dips
EFFECT [no plural] the effect that something leaves behind: Much of the house still bears the imprint of her personality.Outcomes and consequences
Translations of “imprint”
in Vietnamese dấu…
in Spanish huella, marca, impresión…
in Thai รอยประทับ…
in Malaysian kesan…
in French empreinte…
in German der Abdruck…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書, (印在書籍上的)出版商名稱…
in Indonesian jejak…
in Russian след, отпечаток, печать…
in Turkish marka, damga, iz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书, (印在书籍上的)出版者名称…
in Polish odcisk, ślad…
(Definition of imprint from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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