Sinónimos de effect en inglés:


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1‘the effect of these changes is hard to assess’

result, consequence, upshot, outcome, out-turn, sequel, reaction, repercussions, reverberations, ramifications
end result, conclusion, termination, culmination, denouement, corollary, concomitant, aftermath, footprint, fruit, fruits, product, by-product
Medicina sequelae
coloquial pay-off
anticuado issue
arcaico success


2‘the effect of this drug can be long-lasting’

impact, action, effectiveness, efficacy, efficaciousness, influence
power, potency, strength, usefulness, success

3‘with effect from tomorrow’

force, operation, enforcement, implementation, execution, action, effectiveness
validity, lawfulness, legality, legitimacy, authenticity, legal acceptability

4‘he said ‘See you later’, or words to that effect’

sense, meaning, theme, drift, thread, import, purport, intent, intention, burden, thrust, tenor, significance, message
gist, essence, substance, spirit
mood, character, vein, flavour
arcaico strain

5effects‘they went through the dead man's effects’

belongings, possessions, personal possessions, personal effects, goods, worldly goods, chattels, goods and chattels, accoutrements, appurtenances
property, paraphernalia
luggage, baggage
Britanico rubbish
coloquial gear, tackle, kit, things, stuff, junk, bits and pieces, bits and bobs
Britanico coloquial clobber, gubbins
malsonante shit, crap


1‘the government effected a good many changes’

achieve, accomplish, carry out, succeed in, realize, attain, manage, bring off, carry off, carry through, execute, conduct, fix, engineer, perform, do, perpetrate, discharge, fulfil, complete, finish, consummate, conclude
cause, bring about, cause to happen, cause to occur, initiate, put in place, create, produce, make, give rise to
provoke, call forth, occasion, bring to pass
generate, originate, engender, precipitate, actuate, wreak, kindle
marginal effectuate


    in effect

    ‘the battle had, in effect, already been won’

    really, in reality, in truth, in fact, in actual fact, effectively, essentially, in essence, virtually, practically, in practical terms, for all practical purposes, to all intents and purposes, in all but name, all but, as good as, more or less, as near as dammit, almost, nearly, well nigh, nigh on, just about
    inglés de Sudáfrica plus-minus
    coloquial pretty much, pretty nearly, pretty well
    to no effect

    1‘his efforts were all to no effect’

    ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, vain, in vain, futile, to no avail, unavailing, useless, unsuccessful, non-successful, nugatory, failed, fruitless, unproductive, profitless, unprofitable, pointless, to no purpose, abortive, inadequate
    arcaico for nought, bootless
    marginal Sisyphean

    effective, successful

    2‘they can bluster to their hearts' content to no effect’

    in vain, unsuccessfully, vainly, without success, to no avail, to no purpose, ineffectually, with no result, fruitlessly, profitlessly, unproductively


    have an effect on

    ‘their behaviors have an effect on others’

    affect, influence, exert influence on, act on, work on, condition, touch, interact with, have an impact on, impact on, take hold of, attack, infect, strike, strike at, hit
    change, alter, modify, transform, form, shape, control, govern, determine, decide, guide, sway, bias
    put something into effect

    ‘the plans have not yet been put into effect’

    implement, apply, put into action, put into practice, execute, enact, carry out, carry through, perform, administer
    fulfil, discharge, accomplish, bring about, achieve, realize, contrive, effect
    enforce, impose
    marginal effectuate
    be in effect

    ‘is this law yet in effect?’

    be in force, be in operation, act, stand, apply, be applied, run, be valid, remain valid, be current, function, be efficacious, hold good, be the case, be the order of the day, obtain, hold, be the case, be prevalent, prevail, pertain, be established
    take effect

    1‘these measures will take effect on 23rd November’

    come into force, come into operation, come into being, begin, become operative, become valid, become law, apply, be applied


    2‘the drug started to take effect’

    work, act, be effective, produce results, have the desired effect, be efficacious

    wear off