Impose [verb]

Definition of Impose:

set, dictate

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Sentence/Example of Impose:

Before the coronavirus pandemic imposed restrictions on physical contact, the Patrick Henry and Georgetown students gathered in person, and over the course of the program, they interacted with different partners.

The second wave of internet regulation laws is now targeting platforms by imposing demands.

In one case, the governor imposes strict lockdowns, mask wearing, and so on.

The Reagan-era Lifeline program imposes fees on telecom giants such as AT&T and Verizon, which pass them along to phone subscribers on their monthly bills.

If Amazon were to make what the FTC considers “deceptive earnings claims” for a second time, the agency would then have the authority to impose civil penalties as well.

In some earlier State of the State addresses, the governor has swiped at policies pushed by the Democratic-controlled legislature on fighting crime in Baltimore or imposing higher taxes.

Comcast raised the speeds at the urging of Shapiro, whose office said Wednesday that the cable giant would also forgo data caps imposed on customers in the program.

Even when Newsom imposed new stay-at-home orders in November, entertainment industry workers were classified as essential workers and thereby exempted.

Since June 2019, the government also imposed the world’s longest internet restrictions over areas of Rakhine and Chin States.

Devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have also imposed similar measures.