- 1. （稅的）徵收；施加（懲罰等）[U] Everyone grumbled at the imposition of new taxes. 對徵收新加的賦稅人人都抱怨。
- 2. 徵收的稅；懲罰，負擔[C] an imposition of 200 dollars on a coat 對上衣收的二百元稅
- 3. 不公平的負擔；不合理的要求[C] severe impositions on one's children 對孩子太過嚴厲的要求
- 4. 強加[U] The film star became wild with anger over the imposition on her privacy. 那位電影明星因私生活受到干預心頭直冒怒火。
- 5. 利用；欺詐；哄騙[C] Would it be an imposition to ask you to mail this parcel? 請你郵寄這個小包裹算是利用你嗎？
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