自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 强制实行;强加 If you impose something on people, you use your authority to force them to accept it.
Britain imposed fines on airlines which bring in passengers without proper papers...
Many companies have imposed a pay freeze...
VERB 把(看法、信仰)强加(于…) If you impose your opinions or beliefs on other people, you try and make people accept them as a rule or as a model to copy.
Parents of either sex should beware of imposing their own tastes on their children.
VERB 使遭受，使承受(压力、痛苦等) If something imposes strain, pressure, or suffering on someone, it causes them to experience it.
The filming imposed an additional strain on her.
...the pressures imposed upon teachers by ceaseless curriculum reforms.
VERB 把…硬加给;把…强塞给;勉强(某人)做事 If someone imposes on you, they unreasonably expect you to do something for them which you do not want to do.
I was afraid you'd simply feel we were imposing on you...
'Mum thinks I should stop imposing on your hospitality, Leo,' said Grace.
VERB 使打扰;使硬缠 If someone imposes themselves on you, they force you to accept their company although you may not want to.
I didn't want to impose myself on my married friends.