Affect ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Affect ( verb )

  1. Have an effect on.
  2. Produce a change or influence in.
  3. Be relevant to.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin affectus, past participle of afficere "act upon," from ad- "to" + facere "do".

Examples:

  1. The weather can affect your mood.
  2. The new policy will affect all employees.
  3. The law affects everyone in the country.
  4. The decision will affect the company's future.
  5. The bad news affected her deeply.

(As a noun)

Affect ( noun )

  1. Have an effect on.
  2. Produce a change or influence in.
  3. Be relevant to.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin affectus, past participle of afficere "act upon," from ad- "to" + facere "do".

Examples:

  1. The weather can affect your mood.
  2. The new policy will affect all employees.
  3. The law affects everyone in the country.
  4. The decision will affect the company's future.
  5. The bad news affected her deeply.
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