verb (used with object)
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Idioms for effect
- to go into operation; begin to function.
- to produce a result: The prescribed medicine failed to take effect.
Origin of effect
synonym study for effect
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Example sentences from the Web for effect
Since those ads ran everywhere every week, they could stop running them in certain markets and measure the effect on sales.Does Advertising Actually Work? (Part 1: TV) (Ep. 440)|Stephen J. Dubner|November 19, 2020|Freakonomics
There’s other evidence too of this trickle-down effect from electric motorsport to the automobile industry.
Likewise, the important effects may be due to the fresh air, physical activity, or social connectedness rather than to nature per se.
At the time, the company made it clear that the precautionary measure designed to turn off one potential faucet of misinformation would be temporary, but it couldn’t say how long the policy would remain in effect.Facebook extends its temporary ban on political ads for another month|Taylor Hatmaker|November 11, 2020|TechCrunch
Those findings suggest that infection rates, not restrictions, have a bigger effect on people’s choices, the researchers conclude.Coronavirus cases are skyrocketing. Here’s what it will take to gain control|Tina Hesman Saey|November 11, 2020|Science News
British Dictionary definitions for effect
- in fact; actually
- for all practical purposes
Derived forms of effecteffecter, nouneffectible, adjective
Word Origin for effect
Medical definitions for effect
Other words from effectef•fect′i•ble adj.
Idioms and Phrases with effect
see in effect; into effect; take effect; to that effect.