imposition definition

  • noun:
    • The act of imposing or even the problem to be imposed.
    • Something imposed, such a tax, an undue burden, or a fraud.
    • A burdensome or unfair need, as upon another person's time: heard the telemarketer but resented the imposition.
    • Printing The arrangement of printed matter to create a sequence of pages.
    • The work of imposing, laying on, affixing, enjoining, inflicting, obtruding, and so on.
    • what is imposed, levied, or enjoined.
    • An excessive, arbitrary, or unlawful exaction; ergo, a trick or deception placed or set on other people.
    • Arrangement of a printed product’s pages regarding the printer's sheet so as to have the pages in appropriate purchase when you look at the final item.
    • A practice of laying on the job one in a religious ceremony; made use of e.g. in verification and ordination.
    • a job imposed on a student as discipline.
    • The work of imposing, laying on, affixing, enjoining, inflicting, obtruding, and the like.
    • That which is enforced, levied, or enjoined; cost; burden; injunction; tax.
    • An extra workout enjoined on students as a punishment.
    • An excessive, arbitrary, or unlawful exaction; thus, a trick or deception apply set on others; cheating; fraudulence; delusion; imposture.
    • The act of laying from the arms as a religious ceremoy, in ordination, confirmation, etc.
    • The work or process of imosing pages or columns of type. See Impose, v. t., 4.
    • A placing, placing, or laying on: because, the imposition of arms in ordination or confirmation.
    • The act of positing or correcting; affixment; attachment: with on or upon.
    • A laying or placing as a weight or obligation; the work of levying, enjoining, enforcing, or inflicting: because, the imposition of fees or of laws and regulations.
    • In printing, the laying of pages of kind or plates upon an imposing-stone and/or bed of a press, and securing all of them in a chase. See impose, v. t., 6.
    • That which is laid on, enjoined, levied, implemented, or inflicted, as an encumbrance, tax, duty, or restriction; particularly (in plural), in English record, tasks upon imports and exports enforced within enjoyment regarding the king.
    • A trick or deception; a fraud; an imposture.
    • a fitness enforced upon students as a punishment; a task.
    • the act of imposing some thing (as a tax or an embargo)
    • an uncalled-for burden

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