Using English Wiktionary XML Dump dated Feb 4th 2009
Using WordNet 3.0
Searching over 243k words
Comments? Suggestions? Hate mail?
Feedback of any sort? Freelance or contract work?
abdullah.a _AT_ gmail
Shahi is a visual dictionary that combines Wiktionary content with Flickr images, and more!
- To affect (someone) strongly and often favourably
- You impressed me with your command of Urdu.
- To produce a vivid impression of (something)
- That first view of the Eiger impressed itself on my mind.
- To mark or stamp (something) using pressure
- We impressed our footprints in the wet cement.
- To compel (someone) to serve in a military force
- The press gang used to impress people into the Navy.
- To seize or confiscate (property) by force
- The liner was impressed as a troop carrier.
- To make an impression, to be impressive
- Henderson impressed in his first game as captain.
- The act of impressing
- An impression, and impressed image or copy of something
- 1908: We know that you were pressed for money, that you took an impress of the keys which your brother held — Arthur Conan Doyle, ‘The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans’ (Norton 2005, p.1330)
- A stamp or seal used to make an impression
- Something impressed