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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
üretme
yerine getirme
etkileme
effect
etki

Bazı öğretmenler, öğrencilerinin üzerinde büyük bir etkiye sahiptirler. - Some teachers have a great effect on their students.

Onun konuşması Hükümetin politikalarıyla ilgili etkili bir özürdü. - His speech was an effective apology for the Government's policies.

effect
tesir
effecting a deposit
(Kanun) tevdi etme
effecting painfully
içine işleyen
effecting painfully
içine işleme
effect
etki etmek
effect
sonuca vardırmak
effect
etkilemek
effect
sonuç

Bu tür düşüncelerin sonuçta onların nihai kararı üzerinde herhangi bir etkisi olmamıştır. - Such considerations ultimately had no effect on their final decision.

Eğer bunu yaparsan,bu sadece aksi sonuçlar doğuracak. - If you do that, it will only bring about a contrary effect.

effect
hüküm

Onun konuşması Hükümetin politikalarıyla ilgili etkili bir özürdü. - His speech was an effective apology for the Government's policies.

effect
neticesiz
effect
(Kanun) meriyet
effect
etkime
effect
kişisel eşyalar

Şüpheli tüm kişisel eşyalarını masaya koymak zorunda kaldı. - The suspect had to lay all his personal effects on the table.

effect
tesirsiz
effect
(Ticaret) nakit mevcudu
effect
(Ticaret) ödeme yapmak
effect
(Ticaret) alacak bakiyesi
effect
anlam

Bazı insanlar sigaranın kısa vadeli etkilerini anlamayı daha kolay buluyor. - Some people find it easier to grasp the short-term effects of smoking.

effect
(Ticaret) taşınır mallar
effect
(Ticaret) poliçe çıkarmak
effect
mevki
effect
(Ticaret) menkul kıymetler
effect
sonuçlandırmak
effect
başarmak
effect
{i} uygulama

Antiseptiklerin etkin uygulaması hastane enfeksiyonlarının önlenmesinde önemli bir konudur. - The effective application of antiseptics is an important matter in the prevention of hospital infections.

effect
etkiye
effect
etkii
effect
izlenim
effect
gerçekleştirmek
effect
etkisi olmak
effect
efekt

Yazar bu efekti nasıl alır? - How does the author get that effect?

Ressam bu efekti nasıl alır? - How does the painter get that effect?

effect
gerçeklik
effect
yürürlük

Yasa hâlâ yürürlüktedir. - The law is still in effect.

Vize yasağı yürürlükte olduğu sürece Boston'a gidemem. - I cannot travel to Boston as long as the visa ban is in effect.

effect
verim
effect
reaksiyon
effect
ulaşmak
effect
gerçekten

O gerçekten etkiliydi. - That was really effective.

effect
ekti
effect
tatbik mevkii
effect
cause and effect sebep ve sonuç
effect
işlem
effect
for effect gösteriş için
effect
netice
effect
give effect to tatbik mevkiine koymak
effect
{f} yerine getirmek, gerçekleştirmek, başarmak
effect
filhaki
effect
uygulamak
effect
aslında

Aslında, balın yaratıcıları çiçeklerdir. - In effect, flowers are the creators of honey.

effect
in effect gerçi
effect
{f} meydana getirmek
effect
gerçekle
factors effecting night vision
(Askeri) Gece görüşünü etkileyen faktörler
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Causative, effective
Present participle of effect
Present participle of to effect
effect
To make or bring about; to implement

The best way to effect change is to work with existing stakeholders.

effect
An illusion produced by technical means (as in "special effect")

The effect of flying was most convincing.

effect
The result or outcome of a cause

The effect of the hurricane was a devastated landscape.

effect
Belongings, usually as personal effects
effect
A scientific phenomenon, usually named after its discoverer

Doppler effect.

effect
a consequence
effect
{n} a thing produced, end, issue, consequence
effect
{v} to bring to pass, produce, perform
Effect
feck
Effect
effect
effect
the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work a symptom caused by an illness or a drug; "the effects of sleep loss"; "the effect of the anesthetic"
effect
the emotional, physical, and/or cognitive outcome of communication
effect
Execution; performance; realization; operation; as, the law goes into effect in May
effect
The purport; the sum and substance
effect
Intended or unintended change resulting directly or indirectly from a development intervention
effect
Power to produce results; efficiency; force; importance; account; as, to speak with effect
effect
A biological change in an organism, organ or tissue
effect
Goods; movables; personal estate; sometimes used to embrace real as well as personal property; as, the people escaped from the town with their effects
effect
If you put, bring, or carry a plan or idea into effect, you cause it to happen in practice. These and other such measures ought to have been put into effect in 1985. = implement
effect
Manifestation; expression; sign
effect
Reality; actual meaning; fact, as distinguished from mere appearance
effect
An alteration in sound after it has been produced by an instrument
effect
The effects in a film are the specially created sounds and scenery
effect
In general: That which is produced by an agent or cause; the event which follows immediately from an antecedent, called the cause; result; consequence; outcome; fruit; as, the effect of luxury
effect
receipt-point and what is received at the receipt-point See also cause; communication
effect
{f} accomplish, put into action, execute, do
effect
You can say that something takes effect when it starts to produce the results that are intended. The second injection should only have been given once the first drug had taken effect
effect
The result of actions Contrast with "side-effects", the unplanned result of actions
effect
(of a law) having legal validity; "the law is still in effect"
effect
The state of operating as if other forces control your reality
effect
an impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived); "he just did it for effect"
effect
Change in morphology, physiology, growth, development of life span of an organism exposed to air pollution It might be either an adverse effect or an alteration, which is not distinguishable from the range of a target variable observed in not exposed organisms of the same species (WHO 1994c)
effect
You use effect in expressions such as to good effect and to no effect in order to indicate how successful or impressive an action is. Mr Morris feels the museum is using advertising to good effect
effect
1) In picture, an optical or special photographic manipulation of the film 2) In sound, a specific sound, such as of a tire squeal or water dripping 3) Also used to mean a special manipulation of elements during the shooting of the film, such as the creation of rain or snow
effect
An effect is an impression that someone creates deliberately, for example in a place or in a piece of writing. The whole effect is cool, light and airy. = impression
effect
unless the context otherwise requires, the term "effect" includes: (a) Any positive or adverse effect; and (b) Any temporary or permanent effect; and (c) Any past, present, or future effect; and (d) Any cumulative effect which arises over time or in combination with other effects - regardless of the scale, intensity, duration, or frequency of the effect, and also includes: (e) Any potential effect of high probability; and (f) Any potential effect of low probability which has a high potential impact
effect
One of several possible forms in which a spell or magic effect may manifest Effect designators include ray, spread, and individual creatures or objects that have been summoned or created Summoned or created effects appear wherever the caster designates, within the spell’s range A mobile effect (such as a summoned creature) can thereafter move regardless of the spell’s range
effect
what you feel when you read a text; this covers your reaction to the subject-matter or ideas as well as how you feel about particular aspects of a text such as the author's style, or the actions of the characters
effect
If you say that someone is doing something for effect, you mean that they are doing it in order to impress people and to draw attention to themselves. The Cockney accent was put on for effect
effect
The effect of one thing on another is the change that the first thing causes in the second thing. Parents worry about the effect of music on their adolescent's behavior Even minor head injuries can cause long-lasting psychological effects
effect
a symptom caused by an illness or a drug; "the effects of sleep loss"; "the effect of the anesthetic"
effect
If a law or policy takes effect or comes into effect at a particular time, it officially begins to apply or be valid from that time. If it remains in effect, it still applies or is still valid. the ban on new logging permits which will take effect from July The decision was taken yesterday and will remain in effect until further government instructions
effect
The trick that appears to the spectators
effect
act so as to bring into existence; "effect a change"
effect
The result of a thought or action set in motion
effect
An observable action results or evidence of a problem
effect
A person's effects are the things that they have with them at a particular time, for example when they are arrested or admitted to hospital, or the things that they owned when they died. His daughters were collecting his effects. = belongings
effect
produce; "The scientists set up a shockwave"
effect
{i} result, outcome; influence; impact; gimmick, trick; natural phenomenon
effect
An outcome that can be said to be at least partially the result of an intervention rather than caused by other intervening factors
effect
cause and effect: see cause. to make something happen. Compton effect domino effect Doppler effect greenhouse effect Hall effect Josephson effect Magnus effect photoelectric effect photovoltaic effect sound effect Zeeman effect
effect
To bring to pass; to execute; to enforce; to achieve; to accomplish
effect
What results after an action has been taken; the expected or predicted impact when an action is to be taken or is proposed
effect
the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work
effect
How changing the settings of a factor changes the response The effect of a single factor is also called a main effect Note: For a factor A with two levels, scaled so that low = -1 and high = +1, the effect of A is estimated by subtracting the average response when A is -1 from the average response when A = +1 and dividing the result by 2 (division by 2 is needed because the -1 level is 2 scaled units away from the +1 level)
effect
result produced by an action
effect
Consequence intended; purpose; meaning; general intent; with to
effect
like impact is a synonym for outcome although impact is somewhat more direct than an effect Both terms are commonly used, but neither is a technical term For precision, Treasury Board Secretariat recommends that outcome be used instead of effect
effect
(1, a noun) immediate or direct result, as in: What effect does that medicine have on you?
effect
a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"
effect
an outward appearance; "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"
effect
Effectivity Specific effectivity information captured for the catalog, chapter, section, subsection, figure, graphic, parts list, and part number levels Effectivity information that can be identified is model name/number, serial range/number, equipment ID range/number, lot range/number and component location range Alternatively, an effectivity reference code ("effect-ref") can reference effectivity information that was defined in the Effectivity Cross Reference ("effect-xref") element Attributes: N/A
effect
A biological change caused by an exposure
effect
Impression left on the mind; sensation produced
effect
If you say that something will happen with immediate effect or with effect from a particular time, you mean that it will begin to apply or be valid immediately or from the stated time. The price of the Saturday edition is going up with effect from 3 November
effect
The physical, functional, or psychological outcome, event, or consequence that results from specific military or non-military actions
effect
(of a law) having legal validity; "the law is still in effect" an impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived); "he just did it for effect" the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work a symptom caused by an illness or a drug; "the effects of sleep loss"; "the effect of the anesthetic" produce; "The scientists set up a shockwave" act so as to bring into existence; "effect a change
effect
If you effect something that you are trying to achieve, you succeed in causing it to happen. Prospects for effecting real political change seemed to have taken a major step backwards. see also greenhouse effect, placebo effect, ripple effect, side-effect, sound effect, special effect
effect
The state of being binding and enforceable, as in a rule, policy, or law
effect
An illusion produced by technical means (as in "special effect")"
effect
Any response by an environmental or social component to an action's impact Under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, "environmental effect" means, in respect of a project, "(a) any change that the project may cause in the environment, including any effect of any such change on health and socio-economic conditions, on physical and cultural heritage, on the current use of lands and resources for traditional purposes by aboriginal persons, or on any structure, site or thing that is of historical, archaeological, paleontological or architectural significance and (b) any change to the project that may be caused by the environment, whether any such change occurs within or outside of Canada"
effect
A device for producing an alteration in sound produced by an instrument
effect
You use to this effect, to that effect, or to the effect that to indicate that you have given or are giving a summary of something that was said or written, and not the actual words used. A circular to this effect will be issued in the next few weeks
effect
act so as to bring into existence; "effect a change
effect
To produce, as a cause or agent; to cause to be
effect
vagueness You add in effect to a statement or opinion that is not precisely accurate, but which you feel is a reasonable description or summary of a particular situation. That deal would create, in effect, the world's biggest airline. = effectively
effect
The result or outcome of a cause. See usage notes below
effect
side
effecting

    Турецкое произношение

    îfektîng

    Произношение

    /əˈfektəɴɢ/ /ɪˈfɛktɪŋ/

    Этимология

    (transitive verb.) 1533. effect +‎ -ing. The adjective likely follows from the verb, perhaps with influence from effective, affecting, or both.

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    psithurism
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