impressionnounuk /ɪmˈpreʃ.ən/ us /ɪmˈpreʃ.ən/
impression noun (OPINION)
- You'll get a false impression of the town if you only visit the university.
- My general impression of the place was good.
- His helpfulness today has made me revise my original impression of him.
- You don't want to convey the impression that we're not interested.
- I was under the erroneous impression that they were married.
impression noun (EFFECT)
- It's important to create a good impression when you meet a new client.
- She made a very favourable impression on us.
- In his 20 years working for the company, Joe Pearson made an indelible impression on it.
- Did any of your teachers make a lasting impression on you?
- Paul is Mister Big in our department, so it's important to make a good impression on him.
impression noun (COPY)
impression noun (MARK)
impression noun (BOOKS)