Synonyms of impress in English:

impress


See definition of impress

verb

1‘Hazel had impressed him mightily’

SYNONYMS
make an impression on, have an impact on, influence, affect, leave a mark on, move, stir, rouse, excite, inspire, galvanize
dazzle, overcome, overwhelm, overpower, awe, overawe, take someone's breath away, take someone aback, amaze, astonish
feel admiration, feel respect
informal grab, stick in someone's mind
ANTONYMS

disappoint

2‘goldsmiths impressed his likeness on medallions’

SYNONYMS
imprint, print, stamp, mark, engrave, deboss, emboss, punch, etch, carve, inscribe, cut, chisel

3‘you must impress upon her that she has to come to school’

SYNONYMS
emphasize to, stress to, bring home to, establish in someone's mind, fix deeply in someone's mind, instil in, inculcate in, drum into, knock into, drive into, din into, ingrain in, leave in no doubt