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impact /'impækt/
  • danh từ
    • sự va chạm, sự chạm mạnh; sức va chạm
      • head-on impact: (vật lý) sự va chạm trực diện
      • back impact: (vật lý) sự va chạm giật lùi
    • tác động, ảnh hưởng
    • ngoại động từ
      • (+ in, into) đóng chặt vào, lèn chặt vào, nêm chặt vào
      • va mạnh vào, chạm mạnh vào
      • nội động từ
        • va mạnh, chạm mạnh
        • tác động mạnh ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
      Concise Dictionary
      impacts|impacted|impacting'ɪmpækt
      noun
      +the striking of one body against another
      +a forceful consequence; a strong effect
      +influencing strongly
      +the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat
      verb
      +press or wedge together; pack together
      +have an effect upon

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 collision, contact, striking, crash, smash, bump, colliding, crashing, smashing, bumping:
      The impact of the car against the stone wall was heard a mile away
      2 effect, impression, influence, import, meaning, bearing, force, thrust, weight, burden, brunt, repercussions, results, consequences:
      It is becoming clear that technology is having an adverse impact on the environment.
      v.
      3 strike, hit, collide with:
      When its orbit decays, the satellite will impact the surface of the moon
      4 affect, modify, change:
      I wonder how the news of the bankruptcy will impact share prices.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun [C, usually sing, U]
      1 ~ (of sth) (on sb/sth) the powerful effect that sth has on sb/sth: the environmental impact of tourism + The report assesses the impact of Aids on the gay community. + Her speech made a profound impact on everyone. + Businesses are beginning to feel the full impact of the recession. + social support to cushion the impact of unemployment
      2 the act of one object hitting another; the force with which this happens: craters made by meteorite impacts + The impact of the blow knocked Jack off balance. + The bomb explodes on impact (= when it hits something). + The car is fitted with side impact bars (= to protect it from a blow from the side).
      + verb
      1 ~ (on / upon) sth to have an effect on sth
      Synonym: AFFECT
      [V] Her father's death impacted greatly on her childhood years. + [VN] (business) The company's performance was impacted by the high value of the pound.
      2 [V, VN] ~ (on / upon / with) sth (formal) to hit sth with great force
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 effect/impression

      ADJ.

      big, considerable, dramatic, enormous, great, high, huge, important, main, major, massive, powerful, profound, real, significant, strong, substantial, tremendous
      a high-impact message aimed at changing high risk behaviour among drug-users
      | limited, marginal, minimal/minimum, negligible | full
      The industrial north of the country felt the full impact of the recession.
      | maximum
      We'll show you how to dress for maximum impact at the all-important audition.
      | overall, total | growing, increasing | added | disproportionate | uneven
      the uneven impact of the debt crisis on developing countries
      | aggregate, combined, cumulative
      considering the cumulative impact of a series of damaging events
      | decisive | direct
      The railways made a direct physical impact on the landscape.
      | immediate, instant | initial, short-term | lasting, long-term | far-reaching, wider
      It is important to appreciate the wider impact and implications of this proposal.
      | future, likely, possible, potential | beneficial, favourable, positive | adverse, catastrophic, damaging, devastating, disastrous, heavy, negative, serious, severe | human
      The severest human impact on the dolphins has been the loss of habitat.
      | personal
      The personal impact of party leaders has been very important.
      | physical, visual
      seeking to reduce the visual impact of wind farms on the landscape
      | cultural, ecological, economic, emotional, environmental, financial, health, political, psychological, social
      The environmental impact of power generation is being assessed.

      VERB + IMPACT

      achieve, create, exert, have, make
      Variations in the interest rate will have an impact on the whole housing market. You certainly made a big impact on Carter.
      | feel
      The initial impact of the reforms will be felt most keenly in primary schools.
      | analyse, assess, consider, evaluate, examine, explore, judge, measure, monitor, study
      It is difficult to judge the likely impact of the changes on employment patterns.
      | enhance, increase, maximize | alleviate, cushion, lessen, minimize, reduce, soften
      We are trying to minimize the impact of price rises on our customers.
      | diminish, lessen, reduce, weaken
      Listening to the speech through an interpreter lessened its impact somewhat.
      | lose
      When peace returned, the hardline message lost much of its impact.
      | resist, withstand
      This section explores how mothers resist the impact of poverty on the health of their children.
      | be concerned about | appreciate | highlight | address | predict | reflect
      Architecturally, these churches reflected the impact of the Renaissance.

      PREP.

      under the ~ of
      Manufacturing fell sharply under the impact of the recession.
      | ~ on/upon
      to highlight the impact of technology on working practices

      2 act/force of one object hitting another

      ADJ.

      full | initial

      VERB + IMPACT

      take
      The front coach of the train took the full impact of the crash.
      | feel | absorb
      A well-designed sports shoe should absorb the impact on the 28 bones in each foot.
      | lessen, soften
      Air bags are designed to soften the impact for crash victims.
      | survive, withstand
      The crew of six may have survived the initial impact, but the whole plane went up in flames seconds later.

      IMPACT + VERB

      occur
      Impact occurred seconds after the pilot signalled for help.
      | knock sb/sth …
      The impact knocked him off balance.

      IMPACT + NOUN

      speed | crater
      Small meteorites have left impact craters all over the planet's surface.

      PREP.

      on ~
      The front of the car had crumpled on impact.

      PHRASES

      the moment/point/time of impact



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