affect

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈfɛkt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈfɛkt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(v. ə fekt; n. afekt)


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affect

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. affect the [outcome, results] (of)
  2. affect the [environment, budget, election]
  3. affect the [validity, ability, quality, performance] of
  4. affect your [life, business, options, credit, health]
  5. affect the [lives, health] of
  6. affected the lives of [many, others, the citizens]
  7. [seriously, adversely, significantly] affect the [lives] of
  8. affects your [ability to, chances of]
  9. affect [your child, the company]
  10. affect [a person's, your] [personality]
  11. affect you[a person's] [personality, sexuality, sense of identity, self-esteem]
  12. [directly, negatively, unknowingly] affects
  13. [can, may] affect [others, those around you, your family]
  14. [does, should, could, might] (not) affect
  15. [likely, expected, known] (not) to affect
  16. issues affecting [women, the youth, students]
  17. factors affecting [the climate, the economy, business]
  18. [cold weather, a drought, the hurricane] affected the crops
  19. affected by [the hurricane, his actions, the policy]
  20. affected in [different, unknown] ways
  21. [badly, severely, deeply] affected (by)
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