effect

1) эффект; явление
2) влияние; (воз)действие || воздействовать
3) результат, следствие
4) производить; совершать; исполнять; осуществлять
5) трикотажное переплетение
in ground effect — в зоне влияния земли (о полёте); с учётом влияния земли;
out of ground effect — вне зоны влияния земли (о полёте)
effect of earthquake — последствие землетрясения
effect of force — действие (влияние) силы
effect of loading — следствие приложения нагрузки
effect of solubility — эффект растворимости
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abrasing effect
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accordion effect
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acoustoelectric effect
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acoustoresistive effect
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activation effect
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adjacency effects
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adsorption effect
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Albert effect
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anode effect
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anticrease effect
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arch effect
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Auger effect
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autocatalytic effect
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avalanche effect
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Barkhausen effect
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Becquerel effect
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biological effect
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blackout effect
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blast effect
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blockage effect
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border effect
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boundary effect
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Bragg effect
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braking effect
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branching effect
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bulk effect
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Callier effect
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capillary effect
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capture effect
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cartooning effect
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cartoon effect
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caster effect
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catalytic effect
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cavity resonance effect
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changing quality effect
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channel effect
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channeling effect
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chilling effect
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chimney effect
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chugging effect
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Clayden effect
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climatic effect
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Coanda effect
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comet effect
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compressibility effect
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Compton effect
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constant thrust effect
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contrast effect
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controlled cooling effect
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cooling effect
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corona effect
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corrosive effect
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coupling effect
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crawling effect
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crevice effect
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crimping effect
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cross effect
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cross-magnetizing effect
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crowding effect
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cryoprotective effect
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cushioning effect
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damming effect
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Debot effect
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deleterious effect
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Dellinger effect
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Dember effect
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de-skilling effect
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destructive effect
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detrimental effect
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devastating effect
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diffusion effect
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digital production effect
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digital special effect
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digital video effect
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directional effect
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disordering effect
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dispersion effect
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dissipative effect
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distance effect of damming
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disturbing effect
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Doppler effect
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dynatron effect
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echo effect
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ecological effect
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Ederhard's effect
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Ederhard effect
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edge effect
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Edison effect
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electrocaloric effect
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electroosmotic effect
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electrophonic effect
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electrophoretic effect
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electroviscous effect
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emitter dip effect
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end effect
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environmental effect
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Esaki effect
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exposure effect
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failure effect
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Faraday effect
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fatigue effect
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feedback effect
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Ferranti effect
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ferroelectric effect
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field effect
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flicker effect
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flow history effect
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flue effect
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force-frequency effect
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fringe effect
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gallery effect
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galvanomagnetic effect
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gap effect
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gettering effect
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glint effect
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greenhouse effect
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ground effect
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Gunn effect
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gyromagnetic effect
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gyroscopic effect
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Haas effect
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Hall effect
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halo effect
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heat effect
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Herschel effect
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high-field effect
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hothouse effect
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hydration effect
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hysteresis effect
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image effect
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incondensable effect
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instability effect
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interface effects
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interference effect
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interline-flicker effect
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inverted barometer effect
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ionic strength effect
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ion strength effect
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island effect
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Johnson-Rahbek effect
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Josephson effect
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Joule effect
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Joule-Thomson effect
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Kelvin effect
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Kerr effect
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keystone effect
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Kostinsky's effect
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Kostinsky effect
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lag effect
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level quantizing effect
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long-line effect
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lubricating effect
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magnetoelastic effect
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magnetoelectric effect
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magnetoresistive effect
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magnetostrictive effect
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magnetron effect
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mass effect
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microphonic effect
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minimum-size effect
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mirror effect
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mixed alkali effect
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moire effect
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multiaccelerator effect
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multipath effect
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musical effects
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net effect
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nonnuclear effect
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notch impact effect
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nuclear effect
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orange-peel effect
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pairing effect
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Peltier effect
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photochemical effect
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photochromic effect
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photoconductive effect
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photoelastic effect
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photoelectric effect
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photographic effect
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photorefractive effect
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photovoltaic effect
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piezoelectric effect
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piezomagnetic effect
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piezoresistance effect
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pile-up effect
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pinch effect
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pincushion effect
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plastering effect
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plastic effect
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poisonous effect
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polarization effect
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pollution effect
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posterization effect
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postproduction effects
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precedence effect
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presence effect
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printthrough effect
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processing effect
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promoting effect
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propagation effect
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protective effect
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proximity effect
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punch-through effect
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radiation effect
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ram effect
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Raman effect
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reciprocity effect
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refrigerating effect
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relief effect
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remote effect
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residual effect
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rewet-conduction effect
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rewet-precooling effect
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Richardson effect
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ringing effect
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ripple effect
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rocky-point effect
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rod shadow effect
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roll-over effect
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Ross effect
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rotary wipe effects
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rotational effect
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rubberlike effect
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S effect
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Sabattier effect
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salting-in effect
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salting-out effect
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schlieren effect
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Schottky effect
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Schwarzschild effect
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screening effect
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Seebeck effect
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selective effect
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self-demagnetization effect
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self-energizing effect
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self-shielding effect
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sensible cooling effect
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shape memory effect
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shattering effect
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shot effect
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shoulder effect
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side effect
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sink effect
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skin effect
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skin-core effect
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skinning effect
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slipstream effect
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smearing effect
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solvation effect
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sound effects
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space-charge effect
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spacing effect
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spatial defocusing effect
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spill effect
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spin wipe effects
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split-screen effect
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stack effect
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Stark effect
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stereo effect
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stiffening effect
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streaking effect
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stream-line effect
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stroboscopic effect
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suppressing effect
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surface effect
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surging effect
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swooping effect
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synergistic effect
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temperature effect
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tensoresistive effect
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thermal effect
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thermal transpiration effect
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thermoelectric effect
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Thomson effect
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threshold effect
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time-edge effect
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timeedge effect
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transients effect
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triboelectric effect
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trick effects
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tunneling effect
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tunnel effect
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vacancy wind effect
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venetian blind effect
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video mosaic effect
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Villard's effect
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Villard effect
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Volta effect
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volumetric refrigerating effect
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wake effect
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wall effect
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wall-quenching effect
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weather effect
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wedging effect
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white effect
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Wigner effect
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wipe screen effect

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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  • effect — n 1 Effect, result, consequence, upshot, aftereffect, aftermath, sequel, issue, outcome, event are comparable in signifying something, usually a condition, situation, or occurrence, ascribable to a cause or combination of causes. Effect is the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • effect — [e fekt′, ifekt′; ] often [ ēfekt′, əfekt′] n. [ME < OFr (& L) < L effectus, orig., pp. of efficere, to bring to pass, accomplish < ex , out + facere, DO1] 1. anything brought about by a cause or agent; result 2. the power or ability to… …   English World dictionary

  • effect — que l art fait, Effectio artis. Effect et pouvoir, Effectus. Homme de peu d effect, Parum efficax homo. Tout l effect d amitié git en mesme vouloir, Vis amicitiae est in animorum consensione. Laquelle signification approcha si trespres de l… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • effect — ► NOUN 1) a change which is a result or consequence of an action or other cause. 2) the state of being or becoming operative. 3) the extent to which something succeeds or is operative: wind power can be used to great effect. 4) (effects) personal …   English terms dictionary

  • Effect — Effect, Wirkung, Erfolg, wird besonders von einer erhöhten, einer überraschenden Wirkung gebraucht. In der Kunst darf der Künstler wohl den Effect anbringen, jedoch ohne die Harmonie der einzelnen Theile unter einander zu stören; er darf nicht… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

  • Effect — Effect, from Latin effectus performance, accomplishment can be used in various meanings: * Any result of another action or circumstance (see pragma , phenomenon, list of effects); * Cause and effect are the relata of causality; * In movies and… …   Wikipedia

  • effect — [n1] result aftereffect, aftermath, backlash, backwash, can of worms*, causatum, chain reaction*, conclusion, consequence, corollary, denouement, development, end, end product, event, eventuality, fallout, flak*, follow through, follow up, fruit …   New thesaurus

  • Effect — Ef*fect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Effected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Effecting}.] 1. To produce, as a cause or agent; to cause to be. [1913 Webster] So great a body such exploits to effect. Daniel. [1913 Webster] 2. To bring to pass; to execute; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • effect — (n.) late 14c., a result, from O.Fr. efet (13c., Mod.Fr. effet) result, execution, completion, ending, from L. effectus accomplishment, performance, from pp. stem of efficere work out, accomplish, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + facere to do… …   Etymology dictionary

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