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31 January, 16:12

What does the root in impose mean?

A) to drive

B) to write

C) to send

D) to put

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  1. 31 January, 16:42
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    The etymology of the word impose includes:

    > in (Latin) meaning in or upon + ponere (Latin) meaning put = imponere (Latin) meaning inflict or deceive or poser (Old French) meaning "to put". Therefore, the answer is option D. To put.
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