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Spanish translation of “affect”

affect

verb /əˈfekt/
to act or have an effect on
afectar
The amount of rain affects the growth of the plants His kidneys have been affected by the disease.
to move the feelings of
afectar
She was deeply affected by the news of his death.
affectation /ˌæfekˈteiʃən/ noun unnatural or insincere behaviour/behavior or speech
Manerismo
His flamboyant clothes were merely an affectation.
affected /əˈfektid/ adjective not natural or sincere
Fingido
an affected manner.
(Definition of affect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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