Impose conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, apply by authority, enforce, lay, enforce compel to behave in a certain way, metal and lock up in a chase for printing, lay on, do, be an inconvenience, practice a trick, establish, arrange, practice

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
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Future Simple
will impose
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Past Simple
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Conditional Simple
would impose
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Present Progressive
am imposing
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Future Progressive
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Past Progressive
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Conditional Progressive
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Present Perfect
have imposed
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Future Perfect
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Past Perfect
had imposed
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Conditional Perfect
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been imposing
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Future Perfect Progressive
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Past Perfect Progressive
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Conditional Perfect Progressive
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Examples of impose

Example in English
In the future, I will impose the heaviest penalties."
Oh, my friend, no, I will not impose upon your good nature.
Therefore, we will impose a full embargo on all trade with Japan.
To impose a fine on a righteous man is not good. To flog a noble man is wrong."
You're right, I can not you impose a fight,
In the future, I will impose the heaviest penalties."
Oh, my friend, no, I will not impose upon your good nature.
Therefore, we will impose a full embargo on all trade with Japan.
To impose a fine on a righteous man is not good. To flog a noble man is wrong."
You're right, I can not you impose a fight,
Though the ruling did not specify AIDS discrimination ..." "... subsequent decisions have held that AIDS is a handicap because of the physical limitations it imposes and the prejudice surrounding it, which exacts a social death that proceeds the actual physical one."
the pact that our sacred Constitution solemnly imposes upon us."
A righteous man who imposes a fast upon himself and bereaves himself of wine.
A woman who imposes fanatical moral order campaigns.
Actually, the land reformation imposes fair heritage.
Though the ruling did not specify AIDS discrimination ..." "... subsequent decisions have held that AIDS is a handicap because of the physical limitations it imposes and the prejudice surrounding it, which exacts a social death that proceeds the actual physical one."
the pact that our sacred Constitution solemnly imposes upon us."
A righteous man who imposes a fast upon himself and bereaves himself of wine.
A woman who imposes fanatical moral order campaigns.
Actually, the land reformation imposes fair heritage.
...imposed by the District Court of Finney County, Kansas...
A kingdom imposed by a force will never last."
A kingdom imposed by force will never last."
Did the vaccine imposed?"
Duty" means to feel greatness, admire what is beautiful ... but not bound to accept all rules imposed by society.
But I can't bear to think of imposing on you any longer.
The imposing mountain range separates the northern basins..."
This fellow is imposing on you!"
'Cause I assume you find me imposing.
Door opens) I am an imposing authority figure.
...imposed by the District Court of Finney County, Kansas...
A kingdom imposed by a force will never last."
A kingdom imposed by force will never last."
Did the vaccine imposed?"
Duty" means to feel greatness, admire what is beautiful ... but not bound to accept all rules imposed by society.
But I can't bear to think of imposing on you any longer.
The imposing mountain range separates the northern basins..."
This fellow is imposing on you!"
'Cause I assume you find me imposing.
Door opens) I am an imposing authority figure.

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