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affect /ə'fekt/
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm ảnh hưởng đến, làm tác động đến; chạm đến
      • the frequent changes of weather affect his health: thời tiết thay đổi luôn làm ảnh hưởng đến sức khoẻ của anh ấy
      • to affect someone's interests: chạm đến quyền lợi của ai
    • làm xúc động, làm cảm động, làm mủi lòng
      • the news affected him deeply: tin đó làm anh ta rất xúc động
    • làm nhiễm phải, làm mắc (bệnh)
      • to be affected by influenza: bị bệnh cúm
      • to be affected by cold: bị cảm lạnh
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) (thường) dạng bị động
    • bổ nhiệm
      • to be affected to a services: được bổ nhiệm làm một công việc gì
  • ngoại động từ
    • giả vờ, giả bộ, làm ra vẻ
      • to affect ignorance: giả bộ dốt
      • to affect the connoisseur: làm ra vẻ sành sỏi
    • có hình dạng, thành hình
      • crystals affect geometrical shapes: tinh thể kết tinh lại thành những hình tinh học
    • dùng, ưa dùng, thích
    • to flashy clothes
      • thích ăn mặc quần áo hào nhoáng
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) yêu dấu, âu yếm
    • danh từ
      • (tâm lý học) sự xúc động
    Concise Dictionary
    affects|affected|affectingə'fekt
    noun
    +the conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion
    verb
    +have an effect upon
    +act physically on; have an effect upon
    +connect closely and often incriminatingly
    +make believe with the intent to deceive
    +have an emotional or cognitive impact upon

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 attack, act upon, lay hold of, strike:
    Arthritis has affected his hands and he can no longer play the piano.
    2 move, stir, impress, touch, strike; perturb, upset, trouble, agitate:
    The sportsman was not affected by all the taunts and jeers.
    3 influence, sway, change, transform, modify, alter:
    Her sudden fame has affected her view of herself.
    v.
    1 assume, adopt, put on, pretend (to), feign, sham, fake, counterfeit:
    Charles affects a knowledge of high finance.
    2 choose, select; use, wear, adopt:
    He affected a striped blazer and a boater which he wore at a jaunty angle.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    1 [VN] [often passive] to produce a change in sb/sth
    Synonym: INFLUENCE
    How will these changes affect us? + Your opinion will not affect my decision. + The south of the country was worst affected by the drought.
    2 [VN] [often passive] (of a disease) to attack sb or a part of the body; to make sb become ill/sick
    Synonym: AFFLICT
    The condition affects one in five women. + Rub the cream into the affected areas.
    3 [VN] [often passive] to make sb have strong feelings of sadness, pity, etc.
    Synonym: TOUCH, MOVE
    They were deeply affected by the news of her death. + Try not to let his problems affect you too much.
    4 (formal) to pretend to be feeling or thinking sth: [VN] She affected a calmness she did not feel. [also V to inf]
    5 [VN] (formal, disapproving) to use or wear sth that is intended to impress other people
    Synonym: PUT ON
    I wish he wouldn't affect that ridiculous accent.
    WHICH WORD?
    affect / effect
    affect verb = 'to have an influence on sb/sth'. Does television affect children's behaviour? It is not a noun.
    effect noun = 'result, influence'. Does television have an effect on children's behaviour?
    effect verb is formal and means 'to achieve or produce'.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    1 influence

    ADV.

    greatly, materially, radically, significantly, very much | barely, hardly, not unduly
    Sales did not seem unduly affected.
    | slightly | clearly | directly | indirectly | adversely, badly, seriously, severely

    VERB + AFFECT

    be likely to
    developments that are likely to affect the environment

    2 make sb sad/angry

    ADV.

    deeply, profoundly
    Her death affected him deeply.


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