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Traducción de "effect" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Tradicional

effect

noun (RESULT)
結果
 
 
/ɪˈfekt/
[C or U] the result of a particular influence
效果;影響;結果
The radiation leak has had a disastrous effect on/upon the environment.
核輻射外泄給環境帶來了災難性的影響。
I tried taking tablets for the headache but they didn't have any effect.
我試著吃了幾顆藥片,但頭痛一點都沒有減輕。
I think I'm suffering from the effects of too little sleep.
我覺得我睡眠太少,健康受到了影響。
She has a lot of confidence which she uses to good effect (= to her advantage) in interviews.
她很自信,在面試時她充分利用這一點,佔盡了優勢。
→  See also after effects Outcomes and consequences
take effect to produce or achieve the results you want
起作用;産生效果
They had to wait ten minutes for the anaesthetic to take effect before they stitched up the cut.
他們不得不等了十分鐘,在麻醉藥起作用後才縫合傷口。
Outcomes and consequences
for effect mainly disapproving If you say or do something for effect, you intentionally do it to shock people or attract their attention
嘩眾取寵;危言聳聽
I get the impression that she uses bad language in meetings for effect.
我覺得她開會時說髒話是在故意引人注意。
Making people sad, shocked and upset
in effect in fact, or in practice
實際上;事實上
So in effect the government have lowered taxes for the rich and raised them for the poor.
所以呢,實際上政府是為富人減了稅,而給窮人加了稅。
True, real, false, and unreal
to that effect ( also to the effect that) used to express that what you are reporting is only a short and general form of what was really said
有…的意思;大意是…,意思是…
She said she was unhappy, or words to that effect.
她說了一些她很不幸福之類的話。
He said something to the effect that he would have to change jobs if the situation continued.
他話裡的意思是說,如果這種情況再持續下去,他將不得不換個工作。
Approximate
(Definition of effect noun (RESULT) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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