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affect
ə'fɛkt [n]'æfɛkt [v]ə'fɛkt
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion.
(动) As a verb
  1. Act physically on; have an effect upon.
  2. Have an effect upon.
  3. Make believe with the intent to deceive.
  4. Have an emotional or cognitive impact upon.
  5. Connect closely and often incriminatingly.
Hyphenationaf•fect
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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影响yǐngxiǎnginfluence; effect; to influence; to affect (usually adversely); to disturb
妨害fánghàito impair; damaging; harmful; a nuisance
感动gǎndòngto move (somebody); to touch (somebody emotionally); heart-moving
感染gǎnrǎninfection; to infect; to influence
假装jiǎzhuāngto feign; to pretend
冒充màochōngto feign; to pretend to be; to pass oneself off as
牵动qiāndòngto affect; to produce a change in something
累及lěijíto involve; to affect
作用zuòyòngto act on; to affect; action; function; activity; impact; result; effect; purpose; intent; to play a role; corresponds to English -ity, -ism, -ization
fǎng(same as 仿) alike; similar, (same as ) to involve; to affect
gǎnto feel; to move; to touch; to affect; feeling; emotion; (suffix) sense of ~
波及bōjíto spread to; to involve; to affect
关系guānxì, guānxirelation; relationship; to concern; to affect; to have to do with; guanxi
感到gǎndàoto feel; to sense; to have the feeling that; to think that; to move; to affect
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