There are 2 definitions of FX in English:

FX1

Syllabification: FX

noun

Sound or visual effects used in film, TV, or music: computer FX may allow him to redefine cinema
More example sentences
  • For a director that's been in special FX since 1993, it's unforgivable how bad some of the CGI is, especially in moments where it was completely unnecessary.
  • Despite some excellent FX work, the sequence is nowhere near as exciting as it promises to be.
  • An alternate ending is present which doesn't really change very much (and features a lot of incomplete FX work) whilst the deleted scenes are no more monotonous than anything in the actual film.

Origin

1950s: from the pronunciation of the two letters forming the two syllables of effects.

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Word of the day guzzle
Pronunciation: ˈgəzəl
verb
eat or drink (something) greedily

There are 2 definitions of FX in English:

FX2

Syllabification: FX

noun

Foreign exchange.
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  • The bank "is slowly diversifying its FX [foreign-exchange] reserves away from US dollars," said the report.
  • Another interesting angle on this is that its failure to prevent unauthorised gambling on FX options is going to cost taxpayers $54 million as the losses will be tax deductible.
  • He took an early retirement from his job as an FX (foreign exchange) dealer, though a recent loss meant he might have to go back to work.

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Word of the day guzzle
Pronunciation: ˈgəzəl
verb
eat or drink (something) greedily