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From French impasse (19th century) < in- + passer.

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Impasse

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Impasses

Impasse (plural Impasses)
  1. a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac
  2. a deadlock or stalemate situation in which no progress can be made

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im- +‎ passe

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Impasse f. (plural Impasses)

  1. stalemate, impasse (situation in which no progress can be made; not used in the chess sense of stalemate)
  2. dead-end; cul-de-sac (street)

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impasse f. inv.

  1. impasse, dead-end, deadlock, stalemate

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