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Inpact vs. Impact

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Which is correct: Inpact or Impact

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Inpact

Misspelling of impact.

Impactnoun

The striking of one body against another; collision.

Impactnoun

The force or energy of a collision of two objects.

‘The hatchet cut the wood on impact.’;

Impactnoun

A forced impinging.

‘His spine had an impingement; L4 and L5 made impact, which caused numbness in his leg.’;

Impactnoun

A significant or strong influence; an effect.

‘His friend's opinion had an impact on his decision.’; ‘Our choice of concrete will have a tremendous impact on the building's mechanical performance.’;

Impactverb

(transitive) To collide or strike, the act of impinging.

‘When the hammer impacts the nail, it bends.’;

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Impactverb

(transitive) To compress; to compact; to press into something or pack together.

‘The footprints of birds do not impact the soil in the way those of dinosaurs do.’;

Impactverb

To influence; to affect; to have an impact on.

‘I can make the changes, but it will impact the schedule.’;

Impactverb

To stamp or impress onto something.

‘Ideas impacted on the mind.’;

Impactverb

To drive close; to press firmly together: to wedge into a place.

Impactverb

To affect or influence, especially in a significant or undesirable manner; as, budget cuts impacted the entire research program; the fish populations were adversely impacted by pollution.

Impactverb

To collide forcefully with; to strike.

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Impactnoun

Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated.

‘The quarrel, by that impact driven.’;

Impactnoun

The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest.

Impactnoun

the striking of one body against another

Impactnoun

a forceful consequence; a strong effect;

‘the book had an important impact on my thinking’; ‘the book packs a wallop’;

Impactnoun

influencing strongly;

‘they resented the impingement of American values on European culture’;

Impactnoun

the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat;

‘the armies met in the shock of battle’;

Impactverb

press or wedge together; pack together

Impactverb

have an effect upon;

‘Will the new rules affect me?’;

Impactnoun

the action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another

‘there was the sound of a third impact’; ‘bullets which expand and cause devastating injury on impact’;

Impactnoun

a marked effect or influence

‘our regional measures have had a significant impact on unemployment’;

Impactverb

come into forcible contact with another object

‘the shell impacted twenty yards away’;

Impactverb

come into forcible contact with

‘an asteroid impacted the earth some 60 million years ago’;

Impactverb

press (something) firmly

‘the animals' feet do not impact and damage the soil as cows' hooves do’;

Impactverb

have a strong effect on someone or something

‘the move is not expected to impact the company's employees’; ‘high interest rates have impacted on retail spending’;

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