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make an impression


Produce a strong effect on one. This phrase is often qualified with an adjective such as good, bad, strong, or the like. For example, He tried to make a good impression on his girlfriend’s parents, or Be careful or you’ll make a bad impression on the jury, or You made quite an impression with that speech. [Mid-1600s]

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