§ ეფექტი, მოქმედება, გავლენა, შედეგი, ქონება
1 ეფექტი, შთაბეჭდილება
his words are meant for effect მისი სირყვები ეფექტისთვისაა გამიზნული
his speech had no effect on me მისმა სიტყვებმა ჩემზე შთაბეჭდილება არ მოახდინა
2 შედეგი
the effect of the storm was terrible ქარიშხლის შედეგი შემზარავი იყო
the medicine had no effect წამალმა ვერ უშველა
of / to no effect ურგები, უსარგებლო
to bring / carry into effect განხორციელება
to come into effect ძალაში შესვლა
to take effect მოქმედება (იმოქმედებს)
the medicine took effect წამალმა იმოქმედა
he spoke to the effect that… იმის თაობაზე ილაპარაკა, რომ…
in effect ფაქტობრივად
3 მიღწევა (მიაღწევს)
to effect one's purpose თავისი მიზნის მღწევა
4 ხდება, ტარდება
the admittance to the higher educational institution is effected by entrance examinations უმაღლეს სასწავლებლებში მიღება მისაღები გამოცდების საშუალებით ხდება
we put the general's order into effect გენერლის ბრძანება შევასრულეთ
a side effect თანმხლები მოქმედება
she is striving for / after effect შთაბეჭდილების მოხდენას ცდილობს
music heightened the effect მუსიკამ ეს ეფექტი გააძლიერა
disastrous effects დამღუპველი შედეგები

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