Found 3 items, similar to imprint.
English → Indonesian
English → English
n 1: a distinctive influence; “English stills bears the imprint
of the Norman invasion”
2: a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; “he left the
impression of his fingers in the soft mud”
3: an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along
with the date and address and edition that is printed at
the bottom of the title page; “the book was publsihed
under a distinguished imprint”
4: an impression produced by pressure or printing [syn: embossment
5: a device produced by pressure on a surface
v 1: establish or impress firmly in the mind; “We imprint our
ideas onto our children”
2: mark or stamp with or as if with pressure; “To make a batik,
you impress a design with wax”
English → English
, n. [Cf. F. empreinte impress, stamp. See
, v. t.]
Whatever is impressed or imprinted; the impress or mark left
by something; specifically, the name of the printer or
publisher (usually) with the time and place of issue, in the
title-page of a book, or on any printed sheet. “That imprint
of their hands.”
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Imptrinted
; p. pr. &
vb. n. Imprinting
.] [OE. emprenten, F. empreint, p. p. of
empreindre to imprint, fr. L. imprimere to impres, imprint.
See 1st In-
, and cf. Impress
1. To impress; to mark by pressure; to indent; to stamp.
And sees his num'rous herds imprint her sands.
2. To stamp or mark, as letters on paper, by means of type,
plates, stamps, or the like; to print the mark (figures,
letters, etc., upon something).
Nature imprints upon whate'er we see,
That has a heart and life in it, “Be free.”
3. To fix indelibly or permanently, as in the mind or memory;
Ideas of those two different things distinctly
imprinted on his mind. --Locke.
4. (Ethology) To create or acquire (a behavioral pattern) by
the process of imprinting