We are not to be imposed upon.
I don't want to impose on you.
A four-day suspension was imposed on her.
她被勒令停职 4 天。
You are always imposing on their generosity.
The union has imposed a ban on overtime.
New duties were imposed on wines and spirits.
The government has imposed strict censorship on the press.
The Act imposes more stringent regulations on atmospheric pollution.
[as adj. presiding]the sentence imposed by the presiding judge.
New duties will be imposed on wines and spirits.
[no obj.]the bank chafed at the restrictions imposed upon it.
Britain's chancellor imposed a supertax on bankers' bonuses in Britain.
The technological progress impose rummery owners to reemphasize the service-centeredbusiness.
A direct food levy was imposed by the local government.
They imposed their government by force on the resistant population.
The diet imposes overall calorie limits, but daily menus are arbitrary.
[count noun]the constitution imposed a clear separation between Church and state.
(5) to establish a rule of "imposing no self-inculpation upon anyone";
The government has imposed strict reins on the import of luxury goods.
The fortress is an imposing building.
Most chose not to impose any ban.
It has no librarian to impose order.
The pyramids of Egypt are imposing structures.
Britain tried to impose a Pax Britannica.
Susan Crocker, I impose the same fine.
A distance that was imposed upon me.
'Cause I really don't want to impose.
Solidly built, physically imposing, maybe blue collar.
身体 人深刻印象 可能是蓝领。
I never meant to impose on you.
Are you imposing your values on other cultures?
The teacher always imposes heavy tasks on us.
I don't want to impose on my professor.
We cannot impose our will upon other people.
It's BECAUSE of her grief I am imposing.
Are you sure? I-I don't want to impose.
I've imposed on your domain long enough already.
Now, the U.S. is not only imposing more sanctions;
But I can't impose on you like this, Constance.
THE WHALE NEVER FIGURED IN ANY GRAND IMPOSING WAY?
Snape had imposed his personality upon the room already;