1. Imposition definition is - something imposed: such as
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2. How to use Imposition in a sentence.
3. What does Imposition mean? A burdensome or unfair demand, as upon someone's time
4. (noun) Listened to the telemarketer but resented the Imposition.
5. 5 synonyms of Imposition from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 25 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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7. Imposition: a charge usually of money collected by the government from people or businesses for public use.
8. Many have called for the Imposition and enforcement of more stringent and onerous regulation and taxation. THE PUBLIC TRUSTS BUSINESSES OVER GOVERNMENT TO SOLVE OUR PROBLEMS
9. BUT WE NEED BOTH TO TRY COLIN MAYER FEBRUARY 3, 2021 TIME Plus, Zoom can be exhausting, so asking a person to hang out on Zoom after work can be a bit of an Imposition.
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11. Imposition refers the prepress process of positioning pages or artwork on press sheets in such a manner that the job can be printed and finished properly and efficiently
12. Imposition means you force something — usually an unwanted burden — on someone else. If your friends invite themselves over for dinner the night before your big test, that's an Imposition because you'll have to cook instead of studying.
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14. ‘The Imposition of taxes on groundwater is a prudent policy in terms of saving the environment from further damage, a measure which the government has in the past frequently ignored.’ ‘The Imposition of luxury tax on five-star hotels by State Governments also does not help the tourist.’
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15. Imposition means any taxes, assessments, water rates, sewer rates, maintenance charges, other Impositions by any Governmental Authority and other charges now or hereafter levied or assessed or imposed against the Trust Estate or any part thereof, and any amount payable with respect thereto under the Cooperation Agreement or any other Resort Complex Operative Document.
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16. Word family (noun) Imposition (verb) impose From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English im‧po‧si‧tion /ˌɪmpəˈzɪʃən/ ●○○ AWL noun 1 [ uncountable] the introduction of something such as a rule, punishment, tax etc Imposition of the Imposition of martial law 2 [ countable usually singular] formal
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17. Synonyms for Imposition in Free Thesaurus
18. 18 synonyms for Imposition: application, introduction, levying, decree, laying on, intrusion
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19. Imposition of sales tax on services of lawyers will also make the lawyers withholding agents for collecting sales tax of litigants and depositing the same with the FBR; which amounts to 'forced labour' which is also prohibited under Article 11 of the Constitution of Pakistan.
20. Definition of Imposition written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
21. [countable] an unfair or unreasonable thing that somebody expects or asks you to do I'd like to stay if it's not too much of an Imposition
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22. She felt the journey to be an unwelcome Imposition on her time.
23. Imposition (countable and uncountable, plural Impositions) The act of imposing, laying on, affixing, enjoining, inflicting, obtruding, and the like
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24. Imposition - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
25. The action or process of imposing something or of being imposed: the Imposition of martial law
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27. Imposition [im″po-zĭ´shun] the forcing of something upon a person or group without consent
28. Cultural Imposition the tendency of a person or group to impose their values and patterns of behavior onto other persons.
29. Imposition - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
30. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Imposition n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
31. Countable usually singular an unfair or unreasonable situation that you are expected to accept Expecting employees to work longer hours for the same pay is a huge Imposition
32. Synonyms and related words Definition and synonyms of Imposition from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
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36. Synonyms: Imposition; infliction Hypernyms ("Imposition" is a kind of): enforcement (the act of enforcing; ensuring observance of or obedience to)
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37. Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "Imposition"):
38. It's hard to argue the contrary, even if the Imposition is a complex one, involving peer pressure, advertising, the community, male-biased cultural values and so on.
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39. Archive 2009-10-01 "That is what we have rejected," Kissinger explains: "That is what we call the Imposition, under the thinnest veneer, of a Communist government."
40. The Imposition of agricultural tariffs in Germany created an opportunity for the state to wed agricultural and industrial interests behind Weltpolitik
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41. Similarly, the Imposition of a tax or of a regulatory norm by the government is now analyzed exactly as if it were a case of peaceful exchange between the …
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42. An Imposition was created for the dog grooming business when the dog groomers had to stay late because the dog owners were not coming to pick up their dogs
43. Getting a tetanus shot became an Imposition for me since I would have to take time off from work and drive an hour to the doctor’s office.
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46. Imposition definition: the act of imposing Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
47. HANDS; HANDS, Imposition, LAYING ON OF
48. Im-po-zish'-un (epithesis cheiron, Acts 8:18 1 Timothy 4:14; 2 Timothy 1:6 Hebrews 6:2): The act or ceremony of the Imposition of hands appears in the Old Testament in various connections: in the act of blessing (Genesis 48:14); in the ritual of sacrifice (hands of the offerer laid on head of victim, Exodus 29:10, 15, 19 Leviticus 1:4; Leviticus 3:2, 8
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49. Definition of Imposition in the Definitions.net dictionary
50. What does Imposition mean? Information and translations of Imposition in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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53. This process called Imposition is a typical task for offset printers, which usually work with formats of A2, A1 and larger but is also common in digital print with A3 or A3+ formats
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54. Imposition (n.) late 14c., "a tax, duty, tribute," from Old French imposicion "tax, duty; a fixing" (early 14c.), from Latin Impositionem (nominative impositio) "a laying on," noun of action from past participle stem of imponere "to place upon," from assimilated form of in "into, in" (from PIE root *en "in") + ponere "to put, place" (past participle positus; see position (n.)).
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55. Imposition translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'implosion',improvisation',impôt',implication', examples, definition, conjugation
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56. Some thoughts on Imposition - approaches, requirements, etc
57. There seem to be two main "classes" of Imposition - simple booklet printing #83, and full Imposition
58. Find 51 ways to say Imposition, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
59. They said that the Imposition of sales tax was a national issue and the cotton crop, which was already faced with serious crisis, would go into a further decline after this decision
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60. Cultural Imposition the tendency of a person or group to impose their values and patterns of behavior onto other persons.
61. A person who forces another person to have sexual contact with a third party has committed gross sexual Imposition
62. In the state of Ohio, gross sexual Imposition is a third or fourth degree felony charge, depending on the circumstances.
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63. The official liturgical term for donning ashes is Imposition
64. Humility is always an Imposition
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