effects

[ ih-fekts ]
/ ɪˈfɛkts /

plural noun

goods; movables; personal property.

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Origin of effects

plural of effect

synonym study for effects

See property.
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British Dictionary definitions for effects

effects
/ (ɪˈfɛkts) /

pl n

Also called: personal effects personal property or belongings
lighting, sounds, etc, to accompany and enhance a stage, film, or broadcast production
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