Translation of effect in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (consequence) to have the desired effectto take effectproducir el efecto deseadodid the treatment have any effect?surtir efectoshe's still feeling the effects of her illness¿surtió efecto el tratamiento?the effects of the recessiontodavía se resiente de su enfermedadit has had a disastrous effect on exportslos efectos or las consecuencias de la recesiónthe warnings had no effect on him at allha tenido nefastas consecuencias para las exportacionesthis will have an effect on priceslas advertencias no hicieron mella en élit had the effect of increasing outputesto afectará (a) los preciosto be of little/no effect [formal]tuvo como resultado un aumento de la producciónI spoke to her repeatedly about it but to no useful effectdar poco/no dar resultadole hablé repetidas veces del tema pero sin ningún resultado or sin conseguir nadaExample sentences1.2in effect 1.3 (phenomenon) the Doppler effect
el efecto de DopplerExample sentences
- The result has a direct effect on the finished product, which is read by the public.
- Central to that argument was that cannabis had a different effect from hard drugs such as cocaine or heroin.
- There are most likely two factors - apart from voter apathy - which have a significant effect on the poll results.
- Heinrich Hertz discovered the photoelectric effect, so called because it was caused by light rays, in 1887.
- Atomic beams can act like light waves and exhibit all of the classic wave effects, like interference and refraction.
- The energies are just right inside stars, thanks to an unusual quantum effect known as a resonance.
- 2 (impression) the overall effect is one of absolute chaosshe wore red to great effectla impresión general es de un caos totalhe only did it for effectcausó sensación vestida de rojolo hizo solo para llamar la atenciónExample sentences
- All very understandable, but the effect on the impressionable minds of our intellectual class has been deleterious.
- He pointed out that material of that sort could have an effect on impressionable minds.
- Another marine did his best to sneer and look down his nose, though the effect was hardly impressing.
- 3 (applicability, operation) See examples: to remain in effectto come into effect, to take effectpermanecer vigente or en vigor or en vigenciawith effect from June 15, it will be compulsoryentrar en vigor or en vigenciaI wish to cancel my subscription with immediate effecta partir del 15 de junio será obligatorioto give effect to something [formal]quiero cancelar mi suscripción con efecto inmediatoto put something into effecthacer efectivo algoponer en práctica algo
- 4 (meaning) See examples: a statement was issued to the effect that the talks had broken down [formal]he disagreed and wrote me a letter to that effect [formal]se hizo público un comunicado en el que se daba a conocer la ruptura de las negociacioneshe said it wasn't true, or words to that effectno estaba de acuerdo y me escribió para manifestármelodijo que no era verdad o algo de ese tenor
- 5also: effects plural5.1also: special effects(Cinema, Television) 5.2 (belongings) [formal]personal effectsefectos (masculine plural) [formal]Example sentences
- Then, after that, we had to bring all of her clothes and personal effects out of storage.
- Packing up his personal effects and bringing them home was the most upsetting thing I've ever had to do.
- There, he discovers boxes of personal effects, including the pulp literature of his youth.
- There are some great moments in this film featuring multiple directional effects and surround sounds.
- Those technicians would endeavour to provide the particular sound or lighting effects instructed by the promoter.
- Several reviews have not been kind to the film's effects, particularly the creatures summoned by the game.
- 1.1(reconciliation/cure)1.2(plan/escape)1.3 1.4Example sentences
- He even stated that he need not name every disease or body part, that God's power was effecting a multitude of cures all over the arena.
- The acceptances were effected by the execution of the acceptance forms.
- So the parliament is stacked against any possibility of really effecting the kind of security, peace and economic policies that I believe in.
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