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Print in French 🇫🇷


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print impression
How to say “print” in French? “Impression”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “impression” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on print in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Simple Pronunciation

impression (ahm-preh-syohn)

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Tips to remember the French word “impression”:
– Associate it with the English word “impression” and think about the similar meaning.
– Visualize someone making an impression on a piece of paper.

Explanations:
In French, “impression” is a feminine noun that primarily corresponds to the English word “impression.” It can be used in a variety of contexts and has several meanings.

Other words that mean the same thing or are related to “impression” in French include:
1. Sensation (feminine noun) – sensation
2. Émotion (feminine noun) – emotion
3. Impact (masculine noun) – impact

Alternate meanings and colloquial expressions:
– In colloquial language, “une impression” can refer to the “feeling” or “hunch” someone has about something.
– “Donner une bonne impression” means “to make a good impression.”
– “Faire une fausse impression” translates to “to give a false impression.”

Examples of sentences using “impression”:
1. J’ai eu une excellente impression lors de notre première rencontre. (I had an excellent impression during our first meeting.)
2. Il a réussi à me donner une mauvaise impression. (He managed to give me a bad impression.)
3. Cette œuvre d’art m’a laissé une profonde impression. (This artwork left a deep impression on me.)
4. Je n’ai pas eu l’impression d’être à ma place dans cette réunion. (I didn’t feel like I belonged in that meeting.)

Note: The word “impression” in French is primarily used in the sense of an opinion or feeling one gets from something or someone, rather than referring to the act of printing (as in English).

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