make (one's) presence felt

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make (one's) presence felt

To create a strong impression or effect on among a group of people or in a particular situation. As the youngest CEO in the company's history, Mark felt he had to make his presence felt by introducing a couple major policy changes. The small but vocal group has already made their presence felt in the most recent presidential election.
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make your presence felt

If someone or something makes their presence felt, they do something that makes you notice them or pay attention to them. I was here, there and everywhere all day, making my presence felt. First of all, establish what areas of your body are making their presence felt.
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make your presence felt

have a strong and obvious effect on others or on a situation.
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make your ˈpresence felt

do something which makes people notice your importance, strength, abilities, etc: In the first half of the game the Turkish team really made their presence felt.The demonstrators made their presence felt by shouting and waving banners.
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