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I have the impression that she’s very good at her job.
The report seems to be based entirely on first impressions.
As a serious candidate, you want to make a good impression on everyone you meet.
He gives the impression that he really doesn’t care.
The headline gave a false impression of what the article was about.
I was under the impression you had been here before.
He does impressions of famous singers.
It’s a performance that’s sure to make an impression on the judges.
This is the British English definition of impression. View American English definition of impression.