Effect

A biological change in an organism, organ or tissue.

Effect

The result of signal processing to modify A sound
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effect

(ә-fekt´) a result produced by an action.
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Effect

(in Scholasticism) Formal: is the effect of a formal cause a primary and intrinsic formal effect is a concrete composite, or a designation resulting from form united to an apt subject. (i.e. to a subject capable of receiving that form) e.g. the formal primary and intrinsic effect of heat by which water is made warm is the warm water itself, so als....
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effect

[n] - a symptom caused by an illness or a drug 2. [n] - the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work 3. [n] - an impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived) 4. [n] - (of a law) having legal validity 5. [v] - act so as to bring about 6. [v] - cause to happen or occur
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Effect

• (n.) Impression left on the mind; sensation produced. • (n.) Goods; movables; personal estate; -- sometimes used to embrace real as well as personal property; as, the people escaped from the town with their effects. • (n.) Reality; actual meaning; fact, as distinguished from mere appearance. • (v. t.) To produce, as a cause or...
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effect

essence noun the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work
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effect

[Noun] Plural form: effects. Something that happens as the result of something else.
Example: The effect of all this chocolate is that I've now got spots!
See also: effective, affect
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Effect

Ef·fect' noun [ Latin effectus , from efficere , effectum , to effect; ex + facere to make: confer French effet , formerly also spelled effect . See Fact .] 1. Execution; performance; realization; operation; as, the law goes into ...
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Effect

Ef·fect' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Effected ; present participle & verbal noun Effecting .] 1. To produce, as a cause or agent; to cause to be. « So great a body such exploits to effect .»...
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Effect

A device which modifies sonic structures creatively with various processing techniques.
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Effect

An event or a moment intended to create a particular emotional reaction.
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Effect

Device for treating an audio signal in order to change it in some creative way. Effects often involve the use of delay circuits and include such treatments as reverb and echo. Software plug-ins can provide these effects and they are also available onboard with USB soundcards such as Edirol`s UA-700 and SD-90
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Effect

Device for treating an audio signal in order to change it in some creative way. Effects often involve the use of delay circuits, and include such treatments as reverb and echo. Device for treating an audio signal in order to change it in some creative way. Effects often involve the use of delay circuits and include such treatments as reverb and ech...
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effect

effect (i FEKT) 1. A result, a change; usually a noun; consequence, outcome, development, aftermath, aftereffect, outgrowth, sequel: 'The farmers felt the effect of the drought for several years.' 2. Actuality, fact, reality, truth; significance, meaning, gist, general idea; implication, essence, drift, tenor: 'In effect, her insult meant...
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effect

the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work
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EFFECT

The intended and perceived outcome of a magic trick or illusion. What the spectator thinks he or she sees happening.
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effect

the result produced by an action.
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effect

The result produced by an action. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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effect

Type: Term Pronunciation: e-fekt′ Definitions: 1. The result or consequence of a therapeutic or other action.
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