force the acceptance of
take unfair advantage, in a way that causes addition; work and trouble; practice deception; deceive
"Social relations impose courtesy"
"The principal visited his rage on the students"
"levy a fine"
The imputation of his wickedness..should be imposed upon his father that sent him.
出自：Henry V , Shakespeare
Heavy duties are imposed on imports.
对进口物品课以重税。 impose on〔upon〕 sb sth
The university is unwilling to impose upon students the heavy responsibilities of choosing their own courses.
这所大学不愿把选课的重大责任放在学生身上。 impose on〔upon〕 sb
I don't want to impose on you.
我并不想打扰你。 impose oneself on〔upon〕 sb
Don't impose yourself on people who don't like you.
不要硬缠着不喜欢你的人。 impose on〔upon〕 sb/sth
He imposed on me.
This advertisement imposed upon the customers.
He imposed upon my good will.
You must not let them impose upon your kindness.