impactar


impactar
v.
1 to have an impact on.
2 to hit (bala).
3 to impact, to impinge on.
El misil impacta los edificios The missile impacts the buildings.
4 to have impact on, to impinge upon, to impact, to impinge on.
El anuncio impacta a los jóvenes The ad has impact on young people.
5 to cause impact, to cause a sensation, to cause commotion, to impact.
El nuevo anuncio impacta The new ad causes impact.
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impactar
verbo transitivo
1 (físicamente) to hit
el misil impactó en el blanco the missile hit its target
2 (impresionar) to make an impression on
esa escena me impactó mucho that scene made a deep impression on me
3 (influir, afectar) to affect
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1.
VT to impress, have an impact on
2. VI
1) (=chocar) to crash (contra against) (en into)
2) (=afectar)

impactar en — to affect

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (golpear) to hit
b) (impresionar) to have a profound impact on
2.
impactar vi
a) (impresionar) to shock

se viste así para impactar — she dresses like that to shock people

b) (chocar) to hit, strike
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= impact, make + impact, shock, touch + Posesivo + life, cast + an impact.
Ex. Factors that might adversely impact the ethical behaviour of the publishing, vending and librarianship community are examined, and the need for professionalism and vigilance of the community is emphasised.
Ex. Audiovisual materials have made an enormous impact on all societies.
Ex. The gush of water could serve many purposes and was prescribed to soothe, to refrigerate, to stop a swelling, to widen pores, to shock the patient.
Ex. Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
Ex. An interest-rate increase is a weapon to fight inflation which will cast an impact on all industries.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (golpear) to hit
b) (impresionar) to have a profound impact on
2.
impactar vi
a) (impresionar) to shock

se viste así para impactar — she dresses like that to shock people

b) (chocar) to hit, strike
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= impact, make + impact, shock, touch + Posesivo + life, cast + an impact.

Ex: Factors that might adversely impact the ethical behaviour of the publishing, vending and librarianship community are examined, and the need for professionalism and vigilance of the community is emphasised.

Ex: Audiovisual materials have made an enormous impact on all societies.
Ex: The gush of water could serve many purposes and was prescribed to soothe, to refrigerate, to stop a swelling, to widen pores, to shock the patient.
Ex: Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
Ex: An interest-rate increase is a weapon to fight inflation which will cast an impact on all industries.

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impactar [A1 ]
vt
1 (golpear) to hit
2 (impresionar) to have a profound impact on
■ impactar
vi
1 (impresionar) to shock
se viste así para impactar she dresses like that to shock people
2 (chocar) to hit, strike
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impactar (conjugate impactar) verbo transitivo
a) (golpear) to hit

b) (impresionar) to have a profound impact on

verbo intransitivo
a) (impresionar) to shock

b) (chocar) to hit, strike

impactar verbo transitivo to shock, stun
'impactar' also found in these entries:
English:
set out
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impactar
vt
1. [impresionar] to have an impact on;
me impactó oírle hablar de esa manera it made a real impression on me to hear him talk like that;
la noticia de su asesinato nos impactó a todos the news of her murder shocked us all
2. [golpear]
le impactó un ladrillo en la cara he was struck in the face by a brick
vi
[bala] to hit
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impactar
v/t
1 hit
2 (impresionar) have an impact on
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impactar vt
1) golpear: to hit
2) impresionar: to impact, to affect
See also the reflexive verb impactarse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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