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[いん()·しょう()]
inshou
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 印象

noun, suru verb
  1. impression

Definition and Synonyms for 印象

Impression the act of pressing one thing on or into the surface of another
Synonyms: 印象
Effect an outward appearance
Synonyms: インプレッション, 印象, 心証, 感じ, 感じる, 感ずる, 所感
Mark the impression created by doing something unusual or extraordinary that people notice and remember
Synonyms: 印象, 感銘
Belief a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
Synonyms: フィーリング, インプレッション, 印象, 感じ, 感じる, 感ずる, 感情, 感想, 感触, 気分
Mental Picture a clear and telling mental image
Synonyms: イメージ, 印象, 心象

Meanings for each kanji in 印象

» stamp; seal; mark; imprint; symbol; emblem; trademark; evidence; souvenir; India
» elephant; pattern after; imitate; image; shape; sign (of the times)

Categories 印象 is a member of

Pressing the act of pressing
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Visual Aspect outward or visible aspect of a person or thing
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Effect an outward appearance
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Idea the content of cognition
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Image an iconic mental representation
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Sample Sentences for 印象

My first impression of him proved to be correct.
In my secondary school days, I was much impressed by how my hospitalised grandfather would often tell the nurses there, "Thank you, I appreciate your help."
He is a young man who impresses you as a typical student.
What was your first impression of London?
I'm afraid the story will give him a wrong impression.

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