Effect

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Definition

an effect: a consequence, a result
noun

to effect: to achieve, to cause to happen, to carry out, to perform
verb

Examples

  • "Apart from the laxative effects, I'm sure they can't be good for your dreams."
  • "A lot of this is due to anxiety over the downturn in the economy and its effect on consumer spending."
  • "It has a curious effect."
  • "But here's the real problem. Eliminating half of the fishing industry would have a devastating effect on unemployment levels in Northern Scotland."
  • "Homeopathic, natural juices with restorative effects."
  • "We can assure you that Delavigne never uses aldehydes in its perfumes, because of their negative effects on elderly people such as yourself."
  • "Most reports say that the economy is slowing down, and that this will have a negative effect on consumer spending."
  • "We can assure you that Delavigne never uses aldehydes in its perfumes, because of their adverse effects on elderly people such as yourself."
  • "Ms. Benedict, most reports say that the economy is slowing down, and that this will have a negative effect on consumer spending."

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