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AM a system of varying a radio signal's amplitude so as to impose the signal on a carrier wave; amplitude modulation. [1/2 definitions]
bend to impose a strain on; distort. [1/10 definitions]
condition to impose restricting provisions on. [1/9 definitions]
FM a system of varying a radio signal's frequency so as to impose the signal on a carrier wave; frequency modulation. [1/2 definitions]
foist to impose or force (an undesirable person or thing) upon another. [1/2 definitions]
gun control the practice or policy of enacting and enforcing laws that impose stricter regulations on the sale, possession, and use of guns.
inflict to impose (something unpleasant). [1/2 definitions]
levy to impose the levy of; collect. [1/4 definitions]
mulct to impose a fine or forfeit on, as a punishment. [1/3 definitions]
penalize to impose a disadvantage or handicap on. [1/3 definitions]
punish to impose a penalty on (someone) for a real or imagined offense. [2/4 definitions]
put to impose. [1/12 definitions]
regiment to impose rigid, authoritarian order upon. [1/4 definitions]
reimpose combined form of impose.
segregate to enforce or impose racial, religious, or similar separation in. [1/6 definitions]
straiten to impose hardships, restrictions, or limitations, esp. financial ones, on.
surtax to impose an additional tax on; add a surtax to. [1/3 definitions]
tax to impose a tax on. [1/6 definitions]