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inpakuto
noun

English Meaning(s) for インパクト

noun
  1. impact (on); (strong) impression; effect; influence
  2. impact (of a ball against a racket, bat, club, etc.)

Definition and Synonyms for インパクト

Impact influencing strongly
Synonyms: インパクト, 差し響く, 影響, 感化
Impact the striking of one body against another
Synonyms: インパクト, 打撃, 衝撃, 衝突
Impact a forceful consequence
Synonyms: インパクト, 効果, 影響, 影響力, 衝動, 衝撃
Impact a strong effect
Synonyms: インパクト, 効果, 影響, 影響力, 衝動, 衝撃

Categories インパクト is a member of

Influence causing something without any direct or apparent effort
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Contact the physical coming together of two or more things
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Effect a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
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Sample Sentences for インパクト

When people meet, first impressions determine more than 50 percent of whatever happens next.
Forming an information infrastructure, the real impact of the information highway is an expectation of new economic development due to a shift from a tangible hardware-industry to brain-oriented software-industry.
It is not my purpose to investigate the impact of Emmet's theory on biology.
The impact of Emmet's theory on physics has been widely discussed, but this is not my concern in this paper.
That commercial makes a strong impression - especially the music. It stays in your head.

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