affect

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affect englannista suomeksi

  1. tunnetila, affekti

  2. esittää, näytellä

  3. vaikuttaa

  4. liikuttaa

  1. vaikuttaa

  2. liikuttaa

  3. vahingoittaa

  4. pitää

  5. esittää, teeskennellä

  6. affekti

  7. Substantiivi

affect englanniksi

  1. To influence or alter.

  2. (syn)

    (ux)

  3. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  4. (quote-journal)| title=The Battle Between Intuition and Deliberation| passage=Libertarian paternalism is the view that, because the way options are presented to citizens affects what they choose, society should present options in a way that “nudges” our intuitive selves to make choices that are more consistent with what our more deliberative selves would have chosen if they were in control.

  5. To move to emotion.

  6. 1757, (w), ''A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful''

  7. A consideration of the rationale of our passions seems to me very necessary for all who would affect them upon solid and pure principles.
  8. Of an illness or condition, to infect or harm (a part of the body).

  9. To dispose or incline.

  10. (RQ:Milton Eikonoklastes)

  11. To tend to by affinity or disposition.

  12. (RQ:Newton Optick)

  13. The drops of every fluid affect a round figure.
  14. To assign; to appoint.

  15. (RQ:Thackeray Vanity Fai)

  16. One of the domestics was affected to his special service.
  17. To make a show of; to put on a pretense of; to feign; to assume. To make a false display of. (defdate)

  18. (RQ:Shakespeare Timon)

  19. (quote-book)|title=Hue and Cry After Fair Amoret|A Hue and Cry After Fair Amoret|passage=Careless she is with artful care, / Affecting to seem unaffected.

  20. (RQ:Gibson Neuromancer)

  21. To aim for, to try to obtain. (defdate)

  22. {{RQ:Olivier Discourse of Women|page=15

  23. (RQ:Dryden Iliad)

  24. To feel affection for (someone); to like, be fond of. (defdate)

  25. c. 1589, (w), ''(w)'', Act III, Scene 1,https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Two_Gentlemen_of_Verona_(Shakespeare;_First_Folio)

  26. There is a Lady in ''Verona'' heere
    Whom I affect: but she is nice, and coy,
    And naught esteemes my aged eloquence.
  27. 1596, (w), ''The Faerie Queene'', VI.10:

  28. From that day forth she gan to him affect, / And daily more her favour to augment (..)
  29. (RQ:Burton Melancholy)to an ancient man against her will, whom she could not affect; she was continually melancholy, and pined away for grief (..)

  30. 1655, (w), ''The Church-History of Britain'', London: John Williams, Book 5, p. 173,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A40655.0001.001

  31. As for Queen ''Katharine'', he rather respected, then affected; rather honoured, then loved her.
  32. 1663, (w), ''Hudibras'', part 1, 1/Canto 1|canto 1:

  33. But when he pleased to show 't, his speech / In loftiness of sound was rich; / A Babylonish dialect, / Which learned pedants much affect.
  34. To show a fondness for (something); to choose. (defdate)

  35. 1603, (w), translating Michel de Montaigne, ''Essays'', III.9:

  36. Amongst humane conditions this one is very common, that we are rather pleased with strange things then with our owne; we love changes, affect alterations, and like innovations.
  37. c. 1607, (w), ''(w)'', Act I, Scene 2,http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=timonathens&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl

  38. Go, let him have a table by himself, for he does neither affect company, nor is he fit for’t, indeed.
  39. 1825, (w), “On the Conduct of life: or Advice to a schoolboy” in ''(Hazlitt)|Table-Talk'' Volume II, Paris: A. & W. Galignani, p. 284,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009717488

  40. Do not affect the society of your inferiors in rank, nor court that of the great.
  41. One's mood or inclination; mental state. (defdate)

  42. A desire, an appetite. (defdate)

  43. A subjective feeling experienced in response to a thought or other stimulus; mood, emotion, especially as demonstrated in external physical signs. (defdate)

  44. 1999, Joyce Crick, translating Sigmund Freud, ''The Interpretation of Dreams'', Oxford 2008, p. 62:

  45. if we are afraid of robbers in a dream, the robbers are certainly imaginary, but the fear is real. This draws our attention to the fact that the development of affects (transterm) in dreams is not amenable to the judgement we make of the rest of the dream-content ....
  46. 2004, Jeffrey Greenberg & Thomas A Pyszczynski, ''Handbook of Experimental Existential Psychology'', p. 407:

  47. A third study demonstrated that the effects of self-affirmation on self-regulated performance were not due to positive affect.
  48. (l); emotion

  49. to (l)

  50. to burden property with a fixed charge or payment, or other condition or restriction

  51. (l), mood