C1 [ T ] to officially force a rule, tax, punishment, etc. to be obeyed or received推行；强制实行
C1 [ T ] to force someone to accept something, especially a belief or way of living把（尤指信仰或生活方式）强加于
He wants the government to impose strict controls on dog ownership.
In view of the quantity of drugs involved, 16 years was the most lenient sentence the judge could impose.
The government has failed to impose its will upon regional communities.
Central government has imposed a cap on local tax increases.
Some people like the sense of structure that a military lifestyle imposes.
[ I ] to expect someone to do something for you or spend time with you when they do not want to or when it is not convenient for them勉强；打扰，麻烦