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side effectnoun [C]

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C1 an ​unpleasanteffect of a ​drug that ​happens in ​addition to the ​maineffect: Does this ​drug have any ​sideeffects?C2 an ​unexpectedresult of a ​situation: A ​sideeffect of the new ​law is that fewer ​people will take out ​insurance.
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side effectnoun [C usually pl]

 us   /ˈsɑɪd ɪˌfekt/
an ​unwanted or ​unexpectedresult or ​condition that comes along with the ​desired effects of something: Does this ​drug have any side effects?
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