The introduction of the new tax is expected to affect the entire economy.
Let's make him responsible for preparing the materials for everyone and see how it affects his behaviour.
This result means, contrary to prior expectations, that the number of variants does not affect the processing speed.
To no one's surprise, loud noise has been proved to affect one's sense of hearing.
For some companies their treatment of their employees or clients at any given time could affect their share prices and so inevitably have a great influence on the company’s success or failure.
You may not agree with some of their major policies and this could affect your working relationship.
An exclusively behavioral approach to psychology ignores family problems, school situations, and a host of other issues that can adversely affect a child's emotional and psychological growth.
1. It may affect people in strange ways. / 2. It might affect him in later life.
v. to produce an effect on; to influence ("A lack of sleep affected the singer's performance.")
We cannot forget that the rise in oil prices is directly affecting fishers' incomes.
There is going to be restructuring in our company but don't worry - staff will not be affected.
Globalisation, however, affects all human activity to a greater or lesser extant"
He reads some of the letters and realizes that his mother lives in London. Terrified embarks on traveling to London. The book is amazing and affecting by its humor and compassionate wisdom of the author.
This group passes out information on such things as travel and health care, and encourages its members to vote on issues that affect this age group such as legislation regulating the insurance industry, medical care and housing.
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