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effet nom

effect [effects]◼◼◼(special effect in film)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ɪ.ˈfekt]

effect [effects]◼◼◼(result of an action)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet nom [m]

effect [effects]◼◼◼(scientific phenomenon)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ɪ.ˈfekt]

spin [spins]◼◼◻(rotation of a ball in motion)
noun
[UK: spɪn] [US: ˈspɪn]

effet Auger nom

Auger effect◼◼◼noun

effet Cerenkov nom

Cerenkov effect◼◼◼(emission of light)
noun

effet de bord nom [m]

side effect [side effects]◼◼◼(computing: a state change caused by a function call)
noun
[UK: saɪd ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈsaɪd ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet de champ nom [m]

field effect◼◼◼(use of an electric field to control the conductivity)
noun

effet de commerce nom [m]

negotiable instrument◼◼◼(legal document)
noun
[UK: nɪ.ˈɡəʊ.ʃɪəb.l̩ ˈɪn.strʊ.mənt] [US: nɪˈɡo.ʊ.ʃɪəb.l̩ ˈɪn.strə.mənt]

effet de levier nom [m]

leverage◼◼◼(use of borrowed funds)
noun
[UK: ˈliː.və.rɪdʒ] [US: ˈle.və.rɪdʒ]

effet de masque nom [m]

shadowing [shadowings](the effect of being shadowed, as from a light source or radio transmission)
noun
[UK: ˈʃæ.dəʊɪŋ] [US: ˈʃædo.ʊɪŋ]

effet de primauté nom [m]

primacy effect◼◼◼(increased ability to remember the first items in a list)
noun

effet de réseau nom [m]

network effect◼◼◼(higher growth rate)
noun

effet de serre nom [m]

greenhouse effect [greenhouse effects]◼◼◼(process by which a planet is warmed by its atmosphere)
noun
[UK: ˈɡriːn.haʊs ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈɡriːn.ˌhɑːws ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet de seuil nom [m]

threshold effect◼◼◼noun

effet domino nom [m]

domino effect◼◼◼(chain of events)
noun
[UK: ˈdɒ.mɪ.nəʊ ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈdɑː.məˌno.ʊ ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet domino nom

knock-on effect◼◻◻noun

effet Doppler nom [m]

Doppler effect◼◼◼(change in frequency or wavelength)
noun

effet fondateur nom [m]

founder effect◼◼◼(lessening of genetic variation when the entire population descends from a small number of founders)
noun

effet indésirable nom [m]

side effect [side effects]◼◼◼(medicine: an adverse effect)
noun
[UK: saɪd ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈsaɪd ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet juridique nom [m]

legal effect◼◼◼(a particular state of the rights in consequence of a defined state of things)
noun
[UK: ˈliːɡ.l̩ ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈliːɡ.l̩ ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet Larsen nom [m]

feedback [feedbacks]◼◼◼(howling noise)
noun
[UK: ˈfiːd.bæk] [US: ˈfiːd.ˌbæk]

effet Mössbauer nom [m]

Mössbauer effect◼◼◼(emission and absorption)
noun

effet Mozart nom propre
{m}

Mozart effect◼◼◼(supposed phenomenon by which listening to Mozart induces improvement in mental performance)
proper noun

effet papillon nom [m]

butterfly effect [butterfly effects]◼◼◼(technical notion of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory)
noun
[UK: ˈbʌt.ə.flaɪ ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈbʌt.r̩.flaɪ ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet personnel nom [m]

personal effect◼◼◼(item of personal property)
noun

effet placebo nom

placebo effect◼◼◼(tendency for a substance to exhibit results due to belief of the recipient)
noun

effet retardé nom [m]

aftereffect [aftereffects](delayed effect)
noun
[UK: ˈɑːf.təɪ.ˌfekt] [US: ˈæf.tə.rə.ˌfekt]

effet secondaire nom [m]

side effect [side effects]◼◼◼(medicine: an adverse effect)
noun
[UK: saɪd ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈsaɪd ɪ.ˈfekt]

side effect [side effects]◼◼◼(unintended consequence of any action)
noun
[UK: saɪd ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈsaɪd ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet spécial nom [m]

special effect◼◼◼(effect that cannot be reasonably achieved by normal means)
noun
[UK: ˈspeʃ.l̩ ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈspeʃ.l̩ ɪ.ˈfekt]

effet Streisand nom [m]

Streisand effect◼◼◼(phenomenon)
noun

effets nom [m pl]

effect [effects]◼◼◼(belongings)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ɪ.ˈfekt]

à cet effet preposition

to that end◼◼◼(for that reason)
preposition

avoir l'effet inverse verbe

backfire [backfired, backfired, backfiring, backfires]◼◼◼(fail)
verb
[UK: ˈbæk.ˌfaɪə(r)] [US: ˈbæk.ˌfaɪr]

diode à effet tunnel nom [f]

tunnel diode◼◼◼(semiconductor diode with negative resistance)
noun

en effet interjection

indeed◼◼◼(indication of agreement)
interjection

en effet adverbe

indeed◼◼◼(modal: truly; in fact; actually)
adverb
[UK: ɪn.ˈdiːd] [US: ˌɪn.ˈdiːd]

faire effet verbe

take effect◼◼◼(to become active; to become effective)
verb
[UK: teɪk ɪ.ˈfekt] [US: ˈteɪk ɪ.ˈfekt]

gaz à effet de serre nom [m]

greenhouse gas [greenhouse gases]◼◼◼(any gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect)
noun
[UK: ˈɡriːn.haʊs ɡæs] [US: ˈɡriːn.ˌhɑːws ˈɡæs]

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