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effect pronunciación
noun
1 a result.
2 an impression given or produced.
3 operation; a working state The ban comes into effect today .
4 (usu effects) formal property.
5 (usu effects) devices, especially lighting and sound, used to create a particular impression in a film or on a stage, etc special effects .
verb (effected , effecting ) formal to do something; to make something happen, or to bring it about.
[14c as noun : French, from Latin effectus ]
for effect in order to make an impression on others.
give effect to something formal to do it or bring it into operation.
in effect in reality; practically speaking.
take effect to begin to work; to come into force.
to good or some, etc effect with much or some, etc success.
to no effect with no success.
to that effect formal with that meaning or intended result.
to the effect that formal with the meaning or result that.
with effect from formal coming into operation or becoming valid at (a specified time).
with immediate effect formal as from now.

effect A word often confused with this one is affect.



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