impress /ɪm\’pres/ v. 使钦佩impress；使敬仰；给…留下深刻的好印象:击收听音频跟读 ↓↓↓ ↓↓↓ ↓↓↓
例句/词组:We interviewed a number of candidates but none of them impressed us.
英语解释impress：if a person or thing impresses you, you feel admiration for them or it 使钦佩；使敬仰；给…留下深刻的好印象:
A style consultant will demonstrate how to dress to impress. 时尚顾问将示范如何穿着以给人留下深刻印象。The speaker tried hard to impress the audience but left them cold. 讲演者试图感动听众,但他没有打动听众的心。He impressed me favorably.他给我的印象不错。Time has left its impress upon him. 岁月在他身上留下了印记。The size of the castle and its commanding position still impress the visitor today. 城堡很大，加上其居高临下的位置，至今仍让参观者赞叹不已。They are notorious for resorting to trickery in order to impress their clients. 他们为了打动客户不惜坑蒙拐骗，因而声名狼藉。Make the extra effort to impress the buyer and you will be rewarded with a quicker sale. 多用心去打动顾客，货物就会更快售出。Rick is slightly smarmy and eager to impress. 里克有些好奉承，急着要给人留下好印象。The boys were vying to impress her. 小伙子们争着给她留下好印象。I was very impressed by〔at, with〕 her performance. 我很钦佩她的表演。用法用作动词 (v.)；用作及物动词；S+～+ n./pron。