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impression pronunciación
noun
1 an idea or effect produced in the mind or made on the senses It is vital to create a good impression .
2 a vague or uncertain idea, notion or belief I got the impression he was lying .
3 an act or the process of impressing (see impress1).
4 a mark or stamp produced by, or as if by, impressing or pressure.
5 an imitation, especially a caricature, of a person, or an imitation of a sound, done for entertainment He does impressions of pop stars .
6 the number of copies of a book, newspaper, etc printed at one time.
7 printing
a the pressing of a prepared inked plate or type onto the paper, etc being printed;
b a copy made in this way.
[14c]
be under the impression that?to think, feel or believe (especially wrongly) that? I was under the impression that you were paying for this meal .


impressionable pronunciación
adjective easily impressed or influenced.
[19c: see impress1]
impressionability noun .
impressionably adverb .


Impressionism pronunciación
noun (sometimes impressionism) in art, music or literature: a 19c style which aims to give a general impression of feelings and events rather than a formal or structural treatment of them:
a in art: a movement begun in France in the 1860s by artists who used bright natural colours to build up an impression of the actual effects of light rather than a detailed firmly-outlined image;
b in literature: the conveying of a subjective impression of the world rather than its objective appearance, as in the work of symbolist (see symbolism) poets and the stream of consciousness novel;
c in music: a style of harmony and instrumentation which blurs the edges of tonality, aiming for veiled suggestion and understatement rather than a detailed picture.
[19c: the name, coined by a hostile critic, was taken from Claude Monet's picture Impression: soleil levant (Impression: Rising Sun, 1872)]


impressionist pronunciación
noun
1 (usu Impressionist) a painter, writer or composer in the style of Impressionism.
2 someone who imitates, or performs impressions of, other people.
adjective (usu Impressionist) relating to or characteristic of Impressionism.


impressionistic
adjective based on impressions or personal observation as distinct from definite facts or particular knowledge.
[19c]
impressionistically adverb .


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