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Definition of "impinging" [impinging]

  • Present participle of impinge. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "impinging" in a sentence
  • "WHITFIELD: ... because they won their argument that Bratz was kind of impinging and fringing upon their market."
  • "Mr Dave Kriby, chairman of the employer grouping in the auto industry national bargaining forum, said it was a fact that the Seifsa dispute was "impinging" on auto suppliers."
  • ""Oh, then _that_'s all right," she said; "and I don't think even he would ever have thought of 'impinging'; it's lovely, isn't it?"