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be under the impression that

To be living, operating, or functioning with the belief that something is true. Jeremy's always been under the impression that he's a great writer, even though he's never written more than a few crummy poems. Oh, I was under the impression that we were meeting at two—did that change?
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be under the imˈpression that...

believe, usually wrongly, that...: I was under the impression you were coming tomorrow, not today.
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I am under the impression that my lawyer settled that matter with you on certain terms .
"I am under the impression that Mowi hopes to evaluate this on a regular basis and will engage with the local community throughout, which is a major positive."
"I am under the impression that there are many women involved in cinema behind the camera, in front of the camera, behind film festivals and in film festivals," she added.
Evzey85 I AM under the impression that any strike to a player's head is a penalty and some kind of card whether deliberate or accidental.
I am under the impression that the only person I need to talk to is Chris.
"I am under the impression that the deposits did not leave Cyprus, but they did not even go to banks," he said.
With such fortune, I am under the impression that I have a choice in the matter.
I am under the impression that councillors think we are a pain bothering them.
I am under the impression that the people who have done awful things with firearms were mentally deranged.
He added: "I am under the impression that there is no yearly cost - this [euro]6.7million is the only cost to the taxpayer."
Q I am under the impression that some parts will interchange between the British No.
" I am under the impression that the agency will be able to complete the work perfectly well if there is a dry spell of three to four days.
"I am under the impression that many colleagues here see this the same way," he said, adding that he also supported an international inquiry into the fighting between ethnic Uzbeks and Kyrgyz last month, which cost 2,000 lives and displaced hundreds of thousands.
I am under the impression that the employer gets the remaining money back when the LMRA 'terminates' an employee from its system.
I am under the impression that this is the case generally across the country wherever parking permits have been deemed necessary.