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Traducción de "effect" - Diccionario Inglés-Polaco

effect

noun     /ɪˈfekt/
B1 [C, U] a change, reaction, or result that is caused by something wpływ, efekt, skutek The accident had a huge effect on her life. We don't know the long-term effects of this drug.Outcomes and consequences
in effect used to say what the real situation is w praktyce This means, in effect, that the plan has been scrapped.Reality and truth
come/go into effect to start being used wchodzić w życie New food safety rules come into effect on Monday.Starting and beginningStarting again
take effect B2 to start to produce results or changes zaczynać działać The anaesthetic takes effect in about ten minutes.Outcomes and consequences
to that effect used to say that you are giving the general meaning of something but not the exact words w tym stylu lub sensie He said he was bored with school or something to that effect.Approximate
a sound/special/visual, etc effect B1 a sound, image, etc that is created artificially efekt dźwiękowy/specjalny/wizualny itp. →  See also side effect Production, direction and recording
Traducciones de “effect”
en árabe أَثَر, تَأثير…
en coreano 영향…
in Malaysian kesan, memberi kesan…
en francés effet…
en turco etki, sonuç, değişim…
en italiano effetto…
en chino (tradicionál) 劇院等…
en ruso результат, следствие…
in Vietnamese hiệu quả, tác dụng, ấn tượng…
en español efecto, consecuencia…
en portugués efeito…
in Thai ผลกระทบ, ให้ความรู้สึกหรือก่อให้เกิด…
en alemán die Wirkung…
en catalán efecte…
en japonés 影響…
in Indonesian efek, kesan…
en chino (simplificado) 剧场等…
(Definition of effect noun from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Polaco © Cambridge University Press)
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