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Effectual

ɪˈfek.tʃu.əl

Meanings of Effectual:

adjective

(of something inanimate or abstract) successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective.

Usage examples:

Tobacco smoke is the most effectual protection against the midge

Effectually

ɪˈfek.tʃu.ə.li

Meanings of Effectually:

adverb

In an effective and successful way

Usage examples:

We can help you deliver training and support more effectually., the barking of the dogs effectually…

Effectuate

ɪˈfek.tʃu.eɪt

Meanings of Effectuate:

verb

Put into force or operation.

Usage examples:

This would effectuate a substantive change to bankruptcy law

Meanings of Effectuated:

verb

Put into force or operation.

Usage examples:

This would effectuate a substantive change to bankruptcy law

Effectuates

ɪˈfek.tʃu.eɪt

Meanings of Effectuates:

verb

Put into force or operation.

Usage examples:

This would effectuate a substantive change to bankruptcy law

Effectuating

ɪˈfek.tʃu.eɪt

Meanings of Effectuating:

verb

Put into force or operation.

Usage examples:

This would effectuate a substantive change to bankruptcy law

Meanings of Effeminacy:

noun

The quality in a man of having characteristics and ways of behaving traditionally associated with women and regarded as inappropriate for a man.

Usage examples:

They equated long hair with effeminacy

Effeminate

ɪˈfem.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Effeminate:

adjective

(of a man) having characteristics regarded as typical of a woman; unmanly.

Usage examples:

He lisps and his handshake is effeminate

Effendi

ɛˈfɛndi

Meanings of Effendi:

noun

A man of high education or social standing in an eastern mediterranean or arab country.

Usage examples:

Thanks to the jewish settlers, land values had increased, benefiting the effendi enormously.

Effendis

ɛˈfɛndi

Meanings of Effendis:

noun

A man of high education or social standing in an eastern mediterranean or arab country.

Usage examples:

Thanks to the jewish settlers, land values had increased, benefiting the effendi enormously.

Meanings of Efference:

noun

Activity of the nervous system in which impulses are carried away from the brain or spinal cord. in later use usually attributive.

Efferent

ˈef.ər.ənt

Meanings of Efferent:

adjective

Conducted or conducting outwards or away from something (for nerves, the central nervous system; for blood vessels, the organ supplied).

Usage examples:

Efferent neurons carry impulses outwards to the effector organs
noun

An efferent nerve fibre or vessel.

Efferents

ˈɛf(ə)r(ə)nt

Meanings of Efferents:

noun

An efferent nerve fibre or vessel.

adjective

Conducted or conducting outwards or away from something (for nerves, the central nervous system; for blood vessels, the organ supplied)

Usage examples:

Efferent neurons carry impulses outwards to the effector organs

Effervesce

ˌef.əˈves

Meanings of Effervesce:

verb

(of a liquid) give off bubbles.

Usage examples:

The waves seemed to effervesce as they swept by

Effervesced

ˌef.əˈves

Meanings of Effervesced:

verb

(of a liquid) give off bubbles.

Usage examples:

The waves seemed to effervesce as they swept by

Effervescence

ˌef.əˈves.əns

Meanings of Effervescence:

noun

Bubbles in a liquid; fizz.

Usage examples:

The effervescence of sparkling wine

Effervescent

ˌef.əˈves.ənt

Meanings of Effervescent:

adjective

(of a liquid) giving off bubbles; fizzy.

Usage examples:

An effervescent mixture of cheap wine, fruit flavours, sugar, and carbon dioxide

Effervescently

ˌef.əˈves.ənt.li

Meanings of Effervescently:

adverb

In a way that is active, positive, and full of energy

Usage examples:

He's an effervescently opinionated presenter who is popular with viewers., the concert was efferves…

Meanings of Effervesces:

verb

(of a liquid) give off bubbles.

Usage examples:

The waves seemed to effervesce as they swept by

Effervescing

ˌɛfəˈvɛs

Meanings of Effervescing:

verb

(of a liquid) give off bubbles.

Usage examples:

The waves seemed to effervesce as they swept by

Effete

ɪˈfiːt

Meanings of Effete:

adjective

Affected, over-refined, and ineffectual.

Usage examples:

Effete trendies from art college

Effetely

ɪˈfiːt.li

Meanings of Effetely:

adverb

In a way that is weak and lacks power or effectiveness

Usage examples:

We continued, somewhat effetely, to express our opinions., the satire of the original film is effet…

Efficacious

ˌef.ɪˈkeɪ.ʃəs

Meanings of Efficacious:

adjective

(of something inanimate or abstract) successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective.

Usage examples:

This treatment was efficacious in some cases

Meanings of Efficaciously:

adverb

In a way that is able to produce the intended result

Usage examples:

These politicians are interested in learning how to govern more efficaciously., we want to hire qua…

Efficacity

ˌef.ɪˈkæs.ə.ti

Meanings of Efficacity:

noun

The ability, especially of a medicine or a method of achieving something, to produce the intended result

Usage examples:

The efficacity of the new regulations must now be examined., they were not interested in arguments …

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