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to impose (a decision) on/upon (someone): to force, to dictate (a decision) on/upon (someone)
The king's will was imposed upon the people. They didn't agree with a lot of it, but they had no choice but to accept it.
- "Economist Adam F Smythe explains: 'Private sector companies are less inclined to hire union labor because of the restrictions it imposes upon their business models'."
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