impression

  1. a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
  2. an outward appearance
  3. a clear and telling mental image
  4. a concavity in a surface produced by pressing
  5. a symbol that is the result of printing
  6. all the copies of a work printed at one time
  7. (dentistry) an imprint of the teeth and gums in wax or plaster
  8. the act of pressing one thing on or into the surface of another
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Impression

An impression is the overall effect of something. Impression may also refer to: ==Biology and medicine== ==Law== ==Music== ==Popular culture== ==Technology== ...
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impression

(from the article `epistemology`) Hume recognized two kinds of perception: `impressions` and `ideas.` Impressions are perceptions that the mind experiences with the `most force and ... ...it answers them by recourse to the principle of association. The basis of his exposition is a twofold classification of objec...
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Impression

(i) All the copies of a book printed at any one time, in a single printing, from the same type. (ii) the act of printing itself, or the quality of it, especially of the plates themselves.
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impression

[n] - all the copies of a work printed at one time 2. [n] - a vague idea in which some confidence is placed 3. [n] - an outward appearance 4. [n] - (dentistry) an imprint of the teeth and gums in wax or plaster 5. [n] - an impressionistic portrayal of a person 6. [n] - the act of pressing one thing on or into the surface ...
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Impression

• (n.) Influence or effect on the senses or the intellect hence, interest, concern. • (n.) A print on paper from a wood block, metal plate, or the like. • (n.) In painting, the first coat of color, as the priming in house painting and the like. • (n.) That which impresses, or exercises an effect, action, or agency; appearance; p...
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impression

effect noun an outward appearance; `he made a good impression`; `I wanted to create an impression of success`; `she retained that bold effect in her reproductions of the original painting`
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Impression

[Dental] Greensboro`s downtown at night. A photo I took. ...
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Impression

[Dragonriders of Pern] Impression is a practice in the Dragonriders of Pern novels by Anne McCaffrey involving a human forming a mental bond with one of three creatures native to the planet Pern, on which the stories are all based. The three animals are, in the order of their coming into existence: Firelizards, Dragons, and Whers. Firelizar...
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Impression

[online media] An impression (in the context of online advertising) is a measure of the number of times an ad is seen. Clicking or not is not taken into account. Each time an ad displays it is counted as one impression. Because of the possibility of click fraud, robotic activity is usually filtered and excluded, and a more technical definit...
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Impression

[software] In computing, Impression is a desktop publishing application for RISC OS systems. It was developed by Computer Concepts and released around 1989. The software was one of two packages recommended for use in primary teaching in the 1996 book Opportunities for English in the Primary School. It has been considered one of the most imp...
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Impression

Im┬Ěpres'sion noun [ French impression , Latin impressio .] 1. The act of impressing, or the state of being impressed; the communication of a stamp, mold, style, or character, by external force or by influence. 2. That which is impressed; stamp; mark; indentation; sensible...
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impression

1. The act of impressing, or the state of being impressed; the communication of a stamp, mold, style, or character, by external force or by influence. ... 2. <dentistry> The first step in making a model of your teeth. You bite into a container filled with algenate, and the algenate hardens to produce a mold of your teeth. ... 3. That which is...
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Impression

2. Referring to speed of a press, one impression equals one press sheet passing once through the press.
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Impression

A mold taken by some jelly-like material loaded on a tray.
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impression

A set of copies of a work, printed at one time, from one setting of type. There may be several impressions of one edition. Also known as printing, press run, or print run.
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impression

A single instance of an online advertisement being displayed.*
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Impression

A single view of one page by a single user, used in calculating advertising rates.
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Impression

Act or process of affecting; effect or influence of such, especially psychological, immediate or momentnry effect; stimulation of neural processes apart from its effect, immediate effect in consciousness of neural stimulation; immediate, uninterpreted ditum of consciousness, especially of aesthetic objects; sensuous image; relatively vivid percept....
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Impression

In printing and print-making, the impression of a block, plate, or type, etc., on a sheet of paper
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Impression

In publishing, all of the copies of a book produced during one printing, or print-run; an additional press-run made without revision of text
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Impression

Measure of internet use that may be defined as (1) The viewing of a web page or internet advertisement by an internet user or (2) the request by an internet user to see a particular web page or internet advertisement.
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Impression

Mold made of the teeth and/or soft tissues. Impressions are used to make crowns, bridges, veneers, dentures, implants, some fillings, and study models.
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Impression

One pressing of paper against type, plate, blanket, or die to transfer an image.
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Impression

Product resulting from one cycle of printing machine. The pressure of the image carrier, whether it be the type, plate or blanket, when it contacts the paper.
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