English words and Examples of Usage

use "impose" in a sentence

That would lead bond markets to impose even higher interest rates.

Both fines are the maximum the agency is legally allowed to impose.

The maximum he could impose was a £25 fine and 3 months hard labour.

The department can impose a long time solitary confinement, she said.

"The Americans seek to impose their own interests, not solve problems.

He defended the decision to close the subways and impose a driving ban.

To simply impose a no-car paradigm on people is to greatly restrict them.

We stand ready to impose additional significant sanctions against Russia.

He didn’t make the law, he told her, but he was bound to impose it.

There's been much debate over the West's decision to impose sanctions.

Only the Security Council can authorize military action and impose sanctions.

The Kremlin will be able to impose a scenario of creating another puppet state.

Several victims and relatives on Friday urged Kaplan to impose a life sentence.

Others have said they could not impose the death penalty under any circumstances.

No death sentence they impose on this guy is ever going to be carried out."

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