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Eff

ef

Meanings of Eff:

noun

Used as a euphemism for fuck (verb) in various expressions.

Usage examples:

If i'd told him to eff off that would have been me out of the team
verb

To swear, using words that are considered offensive

Usage examples:

She was effing and blinding and saying it was all my fault.

Meanings of Eff-and-blind:

phrase

To swear, using words that are considered offensive

Usage examples:

She was effing and blinding and saying it was all my fault., they effed and blinded at him and told…

Effable

ˈɛfəb(ə)l

Meanings of Effable:

adjective

Able to be described in words.

Usage examples:

You've got to distill the ineffable je ne sais quoi down into something that's clearly effable

Efface

ɪˈfeɪs

Meanings of Efface:

verb

Erase (a mark) from a surface.

Usage examples:

With time, the words are effaced by the rain

Effaced

ɪˈfeɪs

Meanings of Effaced:

verb

Erase (a mark) from a surface.

Usage examples:

With time, the words are effaced by the rain

Effacement

ˌself.ɪˈfeɪs.mənt

Meanings of Effacement:

noun

The quality of not making yourself noticeable, or not trying to get the attention of other people

Usage examples:

He has never been one for modesty or self-effacement.

Effaces

ɪˈfeɪs

Meanings of Effaces:

verb

Erase (a mark) from a surface.

Usage examples:

With time, the words are effaced by the rain

Effacing

ɪˈfeɪs

Meanings of Effacing:

verb

Erase (a mark) from a surface.

Usage examples:

With time, the words are effaced by the rain

Meanings of Effect:

noun

A change which is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.

Usage examples:

The lethal effects of hard drugs
verb

Cause (something) to happen; bring about.

Usage examples:

The prime minister effected many policy changes

Effected

ɪˈfekt

Meanings of Effected:

verb

Cause (something) to happen; bring about.

Usage examples:

The prime minister effected many policy changes
noun

A change which is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.

Usage examples:

The lethal effects of hard drugs

Meanings of Effecter:

noun

A person who or thing which brings about an event or result, accomplishes a purpose, etc. usually with of.

Meanings of Effecters:

noun

A person who or thing which brings about an event or result, accomplishes a purpose, etc. usually with of.

Meanings of Effectful:

adjective

Producing the intended effect; effectual.

Meanings of Effectible:

adjective

Capable of being effected.

Effecting

ɪˈfekt

Meanings of Effecting:

verb

Cause (something) to happen; bring about.

Usage examples:

The prime minister effected many policy changes
noun

A change which is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.

Usage examples:

The lethal effects of hard drugs

Meanings of Effective:

adjective

Successful in producing a desired or intended result.

Usage examples:

Effective solutions to environmental problems
noun

A soldier fit and available for service.

Usage examples:

When the battles broke out, he had a total of 920 effectives

Effectively

ɪˈfek.tɪv.li

Meanings of Effectively:

adverb

In such a manner as to achieve a desired result.

Usage examples:

Make sure that resources are used effectively

Effectiveness

ɪˈfek.tɪv.nəs

Meanings of Effectiveness:

noun

The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success.

Usage examples:

The effectiveness of the treatment

Meanings of Effectless:

adjective

Without effect, fruitless.

Effector

ɪˈfek.tər

Meanings of Effector:

noun

An organ or cell that acts in response to a stimulus.

Usage examples:

Effector cells

Meanings of Effectors:

noun

An organ or cell that acts in response to a stimulus.

Usage examples:

Effector cells

Effects

ɪˈfɛkt

Meanings of Effects:

noun

A change which is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.

Usage examples:

The lethal effects of hard drugs
verb

Cause (something) to happen; bring about.

Usage examples:

The prime minister effected many policy changes
phrase

Lighting, sounds, and objects that are specially produced for the stage or a film and are intended to make something that does not exist seem real

Usage examples:

This is a movie worth seeing for its effects alone., the film received an oscar for its special eff…

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

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