- have an effect, especially a negative one；advance over an area belonging to someone or something else; encroach
verb: impinge, 3rd person present: impinges, gerund or present participle: impinging, past tense: impinged, past participle: impinged
- 1. have an effect, especially a negative one:
several factors impinge on market efficiency
- 2. advance over an area belonging to someone or something else; encroach:
the proposed fencing would impinge on a public bridleway
- 3. strike:
the gases impinge on the surface of the liquid
- v.have an effect or impact, especially a negative one:
- Nora was determined that the tragedy would impinge as little as possible on Constance's life
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