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See Spanish definition of efecto
1.1(consequence)efecto masculineto have the desired effect — producir el efecto deseado
- to take effect — surtir efecto
- did the treatment have any effect? — ¿surtió efecto el tratamiento?
- she's still feeling the effects of her illness — todavía se resiente de su enfermedad
- the effects of the recession — los efectos / las consecuencias de la recesión
- it has had a disastrous effect on exports — ha tenido nefastas consecuencias para las exportaciones
- the warnings had no effect on him at all — las advertencias no hicieron mella en él
- this will have an effect on prices — esto afectará (a) los precios
- it had the effect of increasing output — tuvo como resultado un aumento de la producción
- to be of little/no effect — dar poco/no dar resultado
- I spoke to her repeatedly about it but to no useful effect — le hablé repetidas veces del tema pero sin ningún resultado / sin conseguir nada
- The result has a direct effect on the finished product, which is read by the public.
- Central to that argument was that cannabis had a different effect from hard drugs such as cocaine or heroin.
- There are most likely two factors - apart from voter apathy - which have a significant effect on the poll results.
- This had a negative effect, resulting in ridiculous relationship standards.
- It was clear from the start that the strong windy conditions were going to have an immediate effect on the result of the game.
- There is no evidence of anything in the whole of the universe that is not the result of being the effect of some cause.
- Interestingly, giving the subjects something that blocks the effects of the original drug resulted in the effects of the placebo being lost.
- A large effect on compliance resulted from a relatively small intervention effort.
- Labour and Conservatives seem to have forgotten that the student population is large enough to have an effect on the election results.
- But the way they build their panels and cull their figures has a huge effect on the results.
- We could see low-lying islands in the Pacific totally disappear as a result of the effect of greenhouse gases.
- Consequently, the effect of hedge funds selling the Australian dollar went largely unnoticed.
- On the other hand, the dry seasons 1996-1998 do not seem to have resulted in such an effect.
- The consequences then have an effect on the community as a whole.
- It can be seen that the approximation does not have a large effect on the results.
- This could represent an important source of bias and in a worst case scenario could have a large effect on the results.
- Why this should result in a specific effect on anxiety remains an enigma.
- There has been an immediate effect as a result of the engine rule, with all the teams doing less laps.
- The aim is to ensure that young people are fully aware of the damaging health effects and legal consequences of drug use.
- to take effect — surtir efecto
1.2(phenomenon)efecto masculinethe Doppler effect — el efecto de Doppler
- Heinrich Hertz discovered the photoelectric effect, so called because it was caused by light rays, in 1887.
- Atomic beams can act like light waves and exhibit all of the classic wave effects, like interference and refraction.
- The energies are just right inside stars, thanks to an unusual quantum effect known as a resonance.
- The vibration, though it is not completely circular, provides the rotating reference frame which gives rise to the Coriolis effect.
- By analogy, the electromagnetic radiation emitted by a moving object also exhibits the Doppler effect.
2(impression)impresión femininethe overall effect is one of absolute chaos — la impresión general es de un caos total
- All very understandable, but the effect on the impressionable minds of our intellectual class has been deleterious.
- He pointed out that material of that sort could have an effect on impressionable minds.
- Another marine did his best to sneer and look down his nose, though the effect was hardly impressing.
- Not an extremely elaborate costume perhaps, but the time, thought and effort was clear to see and the overall effect impressed me no end.
- Clever lighting prevents it from being too dark, though, and the overall effect is impressive.
- Even researchers are of the same view and psychologists do stress that it has a soothing effect on a disturbed mind.
- The effect is impressive, even if the images are familiar to anyone who has logged on to the band's website or seen one of their videos.
- If all that sounds worryingly alcoholic, fear not: the whole effect was wonderfully impressive.
- But he fears the campaign could have a damaging effect on impressionable teenagers.
- Plastic objects fail to give a soothing effect on the mind, according to him.
- However, the splashing water also created a nostalgic effect on the minds of onlookers.
- In Britain, the experience of the revolution had a liberating effect on people's minds.
- The sound of the water flowing through the rocks has a soothing effect on the mind.
- It's interesting that how I've laid out the blog site has such an effect on my mind.
- When he did you wondered why he was so reticent, for the effect was impressive enough.
- The warning of the old-earth proponents was powerful in its effect on the minds of the public.
- We ourselves barely understand a word of it, but the effect is pretty impressive.
- As colors get closer to each other on the wheel, the more soothing their effect when combined.
- But this music has always been a part of my life, and its effect is always soothing and uplifting.
- Big, beautiful showy flowers have a tranquil effect that soothes you at the end of a long day.
3(applicability, operation)to remain in effect — permanecer vigente / en vigor / en vigencia
- to come into effect — entrar in vigor
- to take effect — entrar in vigor
- with effect from June 15, it will be compulsory — a partir del 15 de junio será obligatorio
- I wish to cancel my subscription with immediate effect — quiero cancelar mi suscripción con efecto inmediato
- to give effect to sth — hacer efectivo algo
- to come into effect — entrar in vigor
4(meaning)a statement was issued to the effect that the talks had broken down — se hizo público un comunicado en el que se daba a conocer la ruptura de las negociaciones
5.1special effectsCinema Televisionefectos especiales masculine
- There are some great moments in this film featuring multiple directional effects and surround sounds.
- Those technicians would endeavour to provide the particular sound or lighting effects instructed by the promoter.
- Several reviews have not been kind to the film's effects, particularly the creatures summoned by the game.
- Sound effects and the musical score exhibit excellent fidelity, but the dialogue is harsh with too much noise.
- There are a multitude of sounds, directional effects, and explosions to thrill any action fan.
- There is effective use of puppets and perspective with the library stairs, and some clever lighting effects and physical comedy.
- There is a sequence with a real live tiger, but that's about the extent of the film's visual effects.
- The other films used very specialised effects and sound - things that were not possible with our equipment.
- Donnie Darko proves that it's possible to do science fiction with visual effects in the independent film arena.
- The effects of these films leave us in states of astonishment.
- I was dreading a rehash of the '80s media onslaught detailing the effects behind the film.
- She then added different coloured lighting effects to create what would have been a remarkable theatrical display.
- We have lots of gory effects in this film, a lot more than Resident Evil had.
- The performances are a mixed bag, which is usually the case when a film concentrates on effects so much.
- Each film has some impressive effects, but in my view The Colossus attains far richer and more consistent value.
- The film and effects where good, I enjoyed it but really felt I deserved a little more than was given.
- Sound effects can provide a sense of realism for your project.
- What an awful show with bad acting, lousy scripts, ridiculous effects, and poor lighting.
- The effects were impressive, adding a more realistic touch to the movie.
- Romeo Must Die makes use of similarly impressive visual effects, especially in the hi-octane fight scenes.
5.2 formal (belongings)efectos masculine formalpersonal effects — efectos personales
- Then, after that, we had to bring all of her clothes and personal effects out of storage.
- Packing up his personal effects and bringing them home was the most upsetting thing I've ever had to do.
- There, he discovers boxes of personal effects, including the pulp literature of his youth.
- The personnel effects of officers often comprised a significant portion of the baggage train's total.
- I walked in, announced I was quitting and was given enough time to type up my resignation, take my personal effects from my drawers, and was gone.
- Some personal effects, including a full packet of cigarettes and a cigarette lighter were found close to one of the uprooted trees.
- After 1942, my grandfather's letters and personal effects were collected by his older sister.
- The villa has since been converted into a museum with a gallery of photographs and replicas of Gandhi's personal effects.
- I've just noticed that after two months I still have no personal effects decorating my desk or office walls apart from a few work type things.
- Ten days later, the young man again smashed a car window, this time fleeing the scene with a small number of personal effects.
- She is escorted back to the booking desk where the original officer is waiting with her personal effects.
- When I left the final load of my personal effects in my car overnight, you found a brilliant way to drive that point home.
- Your house contents and personal effects, are you sure they won't be stolen?
- Two removalists trucks packed up the Butler's personal effects on Saturday to be put into storage.
- Never leave valuables in view most insurance companies will not cover replacement costs for the loss of personal effects.
- I simply became aware of it as I was burning various personal effects to avoid anyone finding them after I'd gone.
- Few personal effects are visible - it looks as if he has just moved in.
- She had been the victim of a previous break-in in July during which some personal effects were stolen.
- Interestingly in his will he had no personal effects to leave to anyone and he had no surviving family.
- Do not stop to collect your personal effects, there is no time to waste for this is surely a matter of life and death.
- He even stated that he need not name every disease or body part, that God's power was effecting a multitude of cures all over the arena.
- The acceptances were effected by the execution of the acceptance forms.
- So the parliament is stacked against any possibility of really effecting the kind of security, peace and economic policies that I believe in.
- Finding a good mechanic to repair vintage cars without effecting any alterations in their original look and design is a major headache.
- Impressively, Nelson's interlinking pieces fill the whole gallery, effecting a transformation that fully exploits the possibilities of the space.
- In many ways, it's simply been an escalation of the firepower on both sides without necessarily effecting a major change in the outcome.
- Recently in the media, however, one aspect of the system has been highlighted for effecting drastic change: the courts.
- The government has come out and assured the settlers that the soldiers who will be effecting the evacuation will do so without arms.
- In effecting these controls, the Parish is making the point that the Church car park is private property and an asset belonging to the Church.
- Both buyer and seller pay the auction house a considerable commission for effecting the transaction.
- Just before this score Lawler had brilliantly effected a double penalty save to keep his side in the contest.
- The protracted rebel war in the north of Uganda has effected many changes.
- Stable Boys maintained better domination of the game and effected a tactical ball control game.
- It is only by means of a conceptual violence that their separation is effected.
- What we still do not know today, in many respects, is how that return was effected.
- This is the first time she will have effected a change in her style and title without the need to marry a man.
- He was grateful to the Government for the role it played in boosting the sales by effecting a ban on imported cement from Zimbabwe which had triggered an increase in the output of the commodity.
- Banks (or at least their subsidiaries) are often members of these exchanges rather than simply effecting transactions through broker members.
- He did not warn that those promoting recall are bent on effecting a massive transfer of wealth from the working majority to those in the top income bracket.
- The more ordinary the means employed in effecting this contextual shift, the less we are likely to be able to say at just which point the change took place.
2(plan/escape) llevar a cabo
3(repairs) efectuar formal(repairs) hacer
4(payment/withdrawal) efectuar formal(payment/withdrawal) hacer
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