英 美 ：[ɪmˈpresɪŋ]
- adj. 令人印象深的，极好的
- n. 印象，特徵；压印
- v. 给……留下深刻印象；使钦佩；盖印；使意识到；使铭记；使（某人）有想法；外加（电流、电势）（ impress 的现在分词）
及物动词/不及物动词的用法：If something impresses you, you feel great admiration for it. 使钦佩例：
What impressed him most was their speed.
I was very impressed by one young man at my lectures.
及物动词的用法：If you impress something on someone, you make them understand its importance or degree. 使明白 (重要性或程度)例：
I had always impressed upon the children that if they worked hard they would succeed in life.
I've impressed upon them the need for more professionalism.
及物动词的用法：If something impresses itself on your mind, you notice and remember it. 使铭记在心例：
But this change has not yet impressed itself on the minds of the public.
及物动词的用法：If someone or something impresses you as a particular thing, usually a good one, they give you the impression of being that thing. 使留下印象例：
It didn't impress me as a good place to live.
及物动词的用法：to commandeer or coerce (men or things) into government service; press-gang 横征暴敛; 强征入伍
- n. 印象，特徵；压印
- adj. 印象深的，极好的
He used to worry so much about playing South By Southwest showcases and impressing the right people that it wasn't fun.
It constitutes impressing private citizens into the federal police apparatus and imposing a hidden tax on businesses.
No, the dodgiest performances by wine writers are generally reserved for impressing winemakers or other wine writers.
This shortcoming keeps promising entrepreneurs from impressing investors, and keeps talented employees from rising up the ranks.