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Sentence count:56+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-09Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: encroachentrenchinfringetrenchSimilar words: dampingdippingchoppingfingersingerdevelopingshopping baghousekeepingMeaning: [ɪm'pɪndʒ]  v. 1. impinge or infringe upon 2. advance beyond the usual limit. 
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1. He heard the rain impinge on the windows.
2. She didn't allow her personal problems to impinge on her work.
3. Wit Wolzek claimed the legislation could impinge on privacy, self determination and respect for religious liberty.
4. The preparations for war were beginning to impinge.
5. Her opinion will impinge on my decision.
6. Rays of light impinge upon the water.
7. He never allowed his work to impinge on his private life.
8. Personal problems experienced by students may impinge on their work.
9. Your political opinions will necessarily impinge on your public life.
10. The government's spending limits will seriously impinge on the education budget.
11. Instead resourcing issues impinge on all of us.
12. Except, of course, where they directly impinge on me, that is.
13. It is important to know whether this will impinge heavily on the poor.
14. No external quantity constraints impinge upon the behaviour of firms.
15. The proposed fencing would impinge on a public bridleway which traverses the field.
16. The cheaper RISC-based machines are likely to impinge directly on the territory occupied by the company's newly announced Pentium machines.
17. The two painters downstairs impinge - directly through their crazy behaviour arousing suspicion against themselves,( and indirectly through Porfiry.
18. We can, however, have a much greater influence than at present over how such developments impinge upon professional practices.
19. They rarely study natural events, and only in so far as they impinge on the human world.
20. Old people do not live in a social vacuum, pursuing their personal goals in ways which do not impinge on others.
21. This section highlights some of the principal types of variation between places that impinge on their economic performance and social problems.
22. The Divisional Court found that the by-laws did in fact adversely impinge upon just such rights.
23. Or, indeed, the reverse, how does our understanding of Ireland currently impinge on our reading of Spenser?
24. For 300 years or more our science has omitted any human attributes that may impinge upon or impede its mechanistic working model.
25. It does not tell historians what to encode in a given source and thus impinge upon interpretation.
26. All water users have rights - be sure your sailing equipment does not impinge on other's enjoyment.
27. Most people think of stress as the outside pressures and problems that impinge upon them.
28. We are probably also acquainted with examples where local and national government, large and big business impinge on the local community.
29. Certainly little awareness of Manhattan and its skyscrapers seemed to impinge on the people working on the Worldwide Plaza brick.
30. Equally, how is language pedagogy to be defined in relation to other areas of enquiry that impinge upon it?
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