- 美[ ɪm'pozd]
- v.强迫( impose的过去式和过去分词 ); 勉强（某人做某事）; 推行; [印刷]把…装版
A wage freeze was imposed on all staff earlier this month.
Britain imposed fines on airlines which bring in passengers without proper papers.
Spain imposed levies on farm imports from non-member states.
Colombia has called out the army and imposed emergency measures.
Rachel gently but persistently imposed her will upon Douglas.
The army imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew.
A new tax was imposed on fuel.
New duties will be imposed on wines and spirits.
They imposed their government by force on the resistant population.
The judge imposed a fine of ten pounds on him.
The judge imposed a stiff sentence.
He imposed himself as their leader.
The union has imposed a ban on overtime.
The magistrate imposed a fine.
A four - day suspension was imposed on her.
If no penalty is imposed on an employee for poor performance, other employees may react by reducing their productivity as well.
Such was the case in the early 1990s when Sears imposed a sales quota on its auto repair staff.
The very process imposed a limitation on the quantity of materials copied.
They believe, for example, that their employees need constant supervision if they are to work effectively, or that decisions must be imposed from above without consultation.
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1. set forth authoritatively as obligatory;
"the imposed taxation"
"rules imposed by society"