affect

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  • Info "Affect" is as an action or verb, affect means to change, and usually refers to an emotion or symptom. more...
  • Women are affected three to five times as often as men.
  • I have never known much good done by those who affected to trade for the public good.
  • At least one hundred families would be affected to my knowledge.
  • His influence is considered to have affected a range of popular culture as well as literature.
  • The lead in the water is believed to have affected the quality of the paper produced.
  • These affect how the power works as well as its final cost.
  • This may include major story elements, character development, and even affect major game features.
  • Government of any kind currently affects every human activity in many important ways.
  • New roads lead to a significant increase in construction activity in the affected regions.
  • The north and east of the island were most affected.
  • French writing, as with any language, is affected by the spoken language.
  • It does not affect the overall risk of death in either men or women.
  • The work done there significantly affected both the war and subsequent research in the area.
  • More recently, species of other classes seems to be affected.
  • It has affected many people worldwide and continues to be a major public health problem in many countries.
  • Men are much more often affected than women.
  • The pressure is also affected over a wide area.
  • He was the one who most affected our generation.
  • Several changes to the state constitution have affected the office of the governor and the cabinet.
  • The idea is that changes made at a certain level do not affect the view at a higher level.
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Meaning of affect

  • noun The conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion
  • verb Have an effect upon
    Will the new rules affect me?
  • verb Act physically on; have an effect upon
    the medicine affects my heart rate
  • verb Have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
    This child impressed me as unusually mature, This behavior struck me as odd