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to that effect

Definition of to that effect in English:

Having that result, purpose, or meaning: she thought it a foolish rule and put a notice to that effect in a newspaper
More example sentences
  • Also shops and other organisations offering a discount should be displaying a notice to that effect.
  • We have received notice to that effect and I am just looking at the transcript of the last occasion.
  • If he elects to become the holder he shall give notice to the company to that effect.
Synonyms
gist, essence, substance, spirit;
mood, character, vein, flavour
archaic strain
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