a result or condition produced by a cause; sth that happens when one thing acts on another
a result produced on the mind or feelings
cause to occur; cause to produce a result
"the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"
"his decision had depressing consequences for business"
"he acted very wise after the event"
"he made a good impression"
"I wanted to create an impression of success"
"she retained that bold effect in her reproductions of the original painting"
"he just did it for effect"
"the law is still in effect"
"the effects of sleep loss"
"the effect of the anesthetic"
"The scientists set up a shock wave"
"effect a change"
The beneficial effects of their interposition had given shelter and security to private trade.
出自： H. H. Wilson
Always the overt intention is to exalt poetry; and always the effect is to emasculate it.
出自： D. Davie
Corn Law Repeal..effected no immediate economic or social revolution.
出自： G. M. Trevelyan
A police officer may use reasonable force..to effect the arrest.
出自： R. C. A. White
The measures had a detrimental effect.
这些措施已产生不良影响。 have an effect on sb/sth
The bitter lesson had a lasting effect on him.
The rain has had a very bad effect on the crops.
The medicine had a potent effect on your disease.
It was found out that certain herbal medicine had curative effect on Aids.
The new law will have only a marginal effect on the lives of most people.
The new system has had a disastrous effect on productivity.
The cold weather affected everybody's work.
We did not effect much improvement in sales last year.
误 The law will have the effect to reduce the amount of crime.
正 The law will have the effect of reducing the amount of crime.
析 effect后可接“of+ v -ing”作定语,但不可接动词不定式。