give the impressionI don't want to give the impression that professionals are unhelpful at all.
get the impressionDon't get the impression that it's easy though.
under the impression‘I was under the impression that I had explained it to you.
general impression‘I've no idea what you've been saying, but the general impression here —’
good impressionMake a good impression.
favourable impressionThis will make a favourable impression on the stylist and you'll get a more stylish haircut.
impression that thereThe diagnosis is misleading if it gives the impression that there is a straight connection between the expression of religious belief and bigotry.
impression givenIndeed this is what accounts for the impression given by this type of use that there is a difference between what was perceived and what actually happened.
overall impressionSo why is the overall impression left by television's 1992 General Election coverage one of a huge accumulation of shallowness?
distinct impressionI had and have the distinct impression that my mother found me a nuisance.
clear impressionBY DESIGN Making a clear impression
first impressionThis is the part of the house that visitors stand closest to and from which they will form their first impression.
impression of beingFor the moment, Labour's front bench gives the impression of being bereft of counter arguments.
impression iAt the same time, the impression is that James's syntax is more involved.
deep impressionSome scientists make a deep impression on their discipline and John Pople, a quantum chemist, comes into this category.
impression that iDon't get the impression that it's easy though.