English version

a deep impression

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha deep impressiona deep impressiona strong effect or influence that remains for a long time What he said made a deep impression on me. deep
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a deep impressionHis energy, his sense of humour and his melodious voice made a deep impression.This gives an opportunity for your message to gain more attention from the reader and perhaps to make a deeper impression.The article made a deep impression on me and I thought what a wonderful coastline it would be to explore.And then he added something which made a deep impression on me.There is, too, a sense of timelessness, stillness and silence which leaves a deep impression on visitors.The great toe often left a deep impression similar to the final toeing-off by humans before swinging their foot.It made such a deep impression upon Katch that seventy years later, she could still recite passages from it.
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