effectively: efficacement, d'une manière efficace
(an) effective (method): (une méthode) efficace, qui fonctionne bien, qui donne de bons résultats
The term effective should be distinguished from efficient. An "effective (process)" produces the desired effect or result, while an "efficient (process)" is completed with minimum effort, energy, or waste.
UK: Our marketing campaign has been very effective.
US: Boys, we need to manage our workload more effectively.
- "My name is Cheeter, Philip Cheeter: Director of sales at the Delavigne Corporation, generous, dynamic lover, and most recently, super effective FBI agent."
- "Can a president truly be effective when he has to walk a small dog twice a day?"
- "In order to prevent the transmission of diseases in the workplace, I have put in place a new initiative that will encourage people to wash their hands after using the bathroom. I am reluctant to reveal too much information regarding the protocol as it may compromise its effectiveness."
- "Accomplished interviewer and effective conflict manager"
- "Remember, you won't get anywhere in life if you don't communicate effectively."
- "In the meantime, government researchers across Britain are waiting to see the effectiveness of this new policy."
- "Studies show that the current "traffic light" labelling system - red, amber and green labels representing the amounts of salt, sugar, and fat - for foods on sale in supermarkets is reasonably common, but not effective enough in reducing obesity."
- "We will provide you with an effective plan and help create a green workplace that encourages environmental friendliness."
- "Icarus : Moreover, the money you pay into this plan is tax-free for now, and Delavigne matches part of what you contribute, so you effectively get free money!"
- "Although real medicine is also surprisingly effective."
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