cause some result or change; influence
cause feelings of sorrow, anger, love, etc.
pretend to feel, have, or do
make an obvious show of using, wearing or liking sth
"Will the new rules affect me?"
"the medicine affects my heart rate"
"This new ruling affects your business"
"He feigned that he was ill"
"He shammed a headache"
"This child impressed me as unusually mature"
"This behavior struck me as odd"
Some affect to have it fry'd a little broun and crisp.
[He]..did not much affect the Major.
出自： R. Kipling
Making peace or war As thou affects.
出自：Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
This may affect your health.
The progress of the building has been affected by the storm.
句中affected的表达不如hindered, delayed, stopped等词来的明确。
His style is too formal and unnatural, and even affected.
Some ancient laws are still in effect.