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Meaning of "efecto" in the Spanish dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD EFECTO

La palabra efecto procede del latín effectus.
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PRONUNCIATION OF EFECTO IN SPANISH

e · fec · to play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF EFECTO

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
interjection
article
Efecto is a noun.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

WHAT DOES EFECTO MEAN IN SPANISH?

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Effect

Efecto

The word effect has several meanings. ▪ Logical consequence. ▪ Legal consequence. ▪ Response to a stimulus. ▪ In sport, the component of the movement that deflects an object driven from the normal trajectory ▪ Massé, in billiard, a complex shot in which the white ball is struck from above. ▪ Chanfle, in some American countries, the technique of kicking the ball so that it acquires Magnus Effect. La palabra efecto tiene varios significados. ▪ Consecuencia lógica. ▪ Consecuencia jurídica. ▪ Respuesta a un estímulo. ▪ En deporte, la componente del movimiento que desvía un objeto impulsado de la trayectoria normal ▪ Massé, en billar, tiro complejo en el que la bola blanca es golpeada desde arriba. ▪ Chanfle, en algunos países americanos, la técnica de patear el balón de manera que adquiera Efecto Magnus.

Definition of efecto in the Spanish dictionary

The first definition of effect in the dictionary of the real academy of the Spanish language is that which follows by virtue of a cause. Another meaning of effect in the dictionary is impression made in the mind. He made your word in my heart. Effect is also the end for something to be done. The desired effect What is intended for the effect. La primera definición de efecto en el diccionario de la real academia de la lengua española es aquello que sigue por virtud de una causa. Otro significado de efecto en el diccionario es impresión hecha en el ánimo. Hizo en mi corazón efecto vuestra palabra. Efecto es también fin para que se hace algo. El efecto que se desea Lo destinado al efecto.
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SPANISH WORDS THAT RHYME WITH EFECTO


afecto
fec·to
arquitecto
ar·qui·tec·to
aspecto
as·pec·to
correcto
co·rrec·to
defecto
de·fec·to
desafecto
de·sa·fec·to
desperfecto
des·per·fec·to
directo
di·rec·to
electo
lec·to
imperfecto
im·per·fec·to
incorrecto
in·co·rrec·to
infecto
in·fec·to
interfecto
in·ter·fec·to
perfecto
per·fec·to
pluscuamperfecto
plus·cuam·per·fec·to
prefecto
pre·fec·to
proyecto
pro·yec·to
respecto
res·pec·to
subprefecto
sub·pre·fec·to
trayecto
tra·yec·to

SPANISH WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE EFECTO

efe
efébico
efebo
efectismo
efectista
efectiva
efectivamente
efectivar
efectividad
efectivo
efector
efectora
efectuación
efectuar
efedra
efedrácea
efedráceas
efedráceo
efedrina
efélide

SPANISH WORDS THAT END LIKE EFECTO

abyecto
anteproyecto
circunspecto
delecto
dialecto
dilecto
erecto
hecto
idiolecto
indirecto
insecto
insurrecto
intelecto
objecto
predilecto
prospecto
provecto
recto
reelecto
selecto

Synonyms and antonyms of efecto in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

SYNONYMS OF «EFECTO» IN SPANISH

The following Spanish words have a similar or identical meaning as «efecto» and belong to the same grammatical category.
Spanish synonyms of efecto

ANTONYMS OF «EFECTO» IN SPANISH

The following Spanish words mean the opposite of «efecto» and also belong to the same grammatical category.
Spanish antonyms of efecto

Translation of «efecto» into 25 languages

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TRANSLATION OF EFECTO

Find out the translation of efecto to 25 languages with our Spanish multilingual translator.
The translations of efecto from Spanish to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «efecto» in Spanish.

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Translator Spanish - Chinese

效果
1,325 millions of speakers

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efecto
570 millions of speakers

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effect
510 millions of speakers

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प्रभाव
380 millions of speakers
ar

Translator Spanish - Arabic

تأثير
280 millions of speakers

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эффект
278 millions of speakers

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efeito
270 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Bengali

প্রভাব
260 millions of speakers

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effet
220 millions of speakers

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kesan
190 millions of speakers

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Wirkung
180 millions of speakers

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効果
130 millions of speakers

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효과
85 millions of speakers

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efek
85 millions of speakers
vi

Translator Spanish - Vietnamese

ảnh hưởng
80 millions of speakers

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விளைவு
75 millions of speakers

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परिणाम
75 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Turkish

etki
70 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Italian

effetto
65 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Polish

efekt
50 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Ukrainian

ефект
40 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Romanian

efect
30 millions of speakers
el

Translator Spanish - Greek

επίδραση
15 millions of speakers
af

Translator Spanish - Afrikaans

effek
14 millions of speakers
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Translator Spanish - Swedish

effekt
10 millions of speakers
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Translator Spanish - Norwegian

effekt
5 millions of speakers

SPANISH - ENGLISH DICTIONARY

efecto
efecto-1 
  effect ; action.
 Kaiser also investigated the effect of grouping subheadings of a subject.
 Coates believed that in order to conceptualise an action it is necessary to visualise the thing on which the action is being performed.
a efectos de  
in terms of
for the purpose of + Nombre
 And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
 Taking the second situation for the purpose of illustration, there are four options for choice of title.
a efectos prácticos    
to all intents and purposes
for all practical purposes
for all intents and purposes
to all intents
 To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
 The superintendent stated that this was an area she herself was anxious to investigate, because for all practical purposes salary increases were automatic and equal 'across-the-board'.
 In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
 Suppose, for example, that the indexer decides that the terms 'Great Britain' and 'United Kingdom' are to all intents synonyms.
a tal efecto 
to this effect
 If no copies are available in any library in the network, a message to this effect is displayed.
a tales efectos 
hereto
 During the period relevant hereto defendant Hamas organized, planned and executed acts of violence and terrorism against Jewish civilians .
atenuar el efecto 
mitigate + effect
 E. M. d'Hondt, newly-appointed NBLC chairman, urged that discussions be opened with the Ministry of Social and Cultural Services to mitigate the effect of public lending right on library budgets.
a todos los efectos     
to all intents and purposes
to all intents
for all practical purposes
for all intents and purposes
for all purposes
 To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
 Suppose, for example, that the indexer decides that the terms 'Great Britain' and 'United Kingdom' are to all intents synonyms.
 The superintendent stated that this was an area she herself was anxious to investigate, because for all practical purposes salary increases were automatic and equal 'across-the-board'.
 In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
 Copies of the contents of any certificate on file in the department shall be considered for all purposes the same as the original.
bajo los efectos del alcohol  
under the influence
under the influence of alcohol
 He was being held without bail after his fifth arrest for operating under the influence.
 It is illegal for anyone to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
bajo los efectos de las drogas 
under the influence of drugs
 It is illegal for anyone to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
causa-efecto 
causal
 The writers argue that the use of the natural selection concept obscures an important difference between different causal processes that are relevant to understanding evolutionary change.
con efecto desde + Fecha 
with effect from + Fecha
 To this end, they decided to expand the joint secretariat of the British Sections IULA/CEM with effect from 1 April 1978.
dar el efecto de 
give + the effect of
 The light which penetrated the interstices of the screen made dots on the emulsion (and later on the etched plate) which varied in size according to its intensity, so that when the block was printed the dots merged in the eye of the beholder to give the effect of tone.
de gran efecto 
wide-reaching
 Appraisal is the single most important function performed by an archivist because it has wide-reaching and everlasting social implications.
diluir el efecto 
dissipate + effect
 Again, the existence of contradicting policies simply dissipates the desired effect.
efecto adverso  
ill effect [ill-effect]
adverse effect
 Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.
 The list consists of bibliographies and guides to the literature, dictionaries, handbooks and pharmacopoeias, titles reflecting different geographic areas and cultures, adverse effects, herbals, and journals.
efecto antiplaqueta 
antiplatelet effect
 Ibuprofen is known to have an antiplatelet effect, though it is relatively mild and somewhat short-lived when compared with aspirin.
efecto bola de nieve 
snowball effect
 Sometimes a snowball effect will turn up with one piece of research affecting developments in many areas.
efecto coercitivo  [Aplicado generalmente a aquella legislación que aunque no es prohibitiva pone freno a determinados comportamientos ]
chilling effect
 Many reporters are feeling the chilling effects and are purposely avoiding certain stories, for fear that their writing will lead them to a similar lawsuit.
efecto de halo  [Influencia positiva que la opinión que una persona guarda de otra tiene sobre cualquier actuación de la misma o actitud "correcta" de las personas ante una entrevista o encuesta por la cual se dice lo que se piensa que el encuestador desea oír]
halo effect
 The error of the 'halo effect': Supervisors often evaluate the employee in terms of their personal mental attitude about the employee rather than by careful attention to the individual factors of work performance.
efecto de la guerra 
effect of war
 The rigours of the climate and the effects of war and political unrest have ravaged this country's cultural heritage.
efecto del santo  [Influencia positiva que la opinión que una persona guarda de otra tiene sobre cualquier actuación de la misma o actitud "correcta" de las personas ante una entrevista o encuesta por la cual se dice lo que se piensa que el encuestador desea oír]
halo effect
 The error of the 'halo effect': Supervisors often evaluate the employee in terms of their personal mental attitude about the employee rather than by careful attention to the individual factors of work performance.
efecto desastroso 
chilling effect
 Controlling online costs need not have a chilling effect on legal research.
efecto digital 
digital effect
 Animatronics made cinematic history long before digital effects were around.
efecto dominó  
knock-on effect
chain reaction
 These emotions will have a knock-on effect on the child and may, in the case of the faddy eater, cause the situation to deteriorate.
 By a kind of fission process, a chain reaction, the young pass on from one to another their enthusiasms and concerns.
efecto dominó, el  
ripple effect, the
domino effect, the
 So, I'd like you all to start thinking about these things and the ripple effect of a library's acquiring materials.
 The article is entitled 'The domino effect or why literacy depends on all libraries'.
efecto duradero  
lasting effect
long-lasting effect
 The author considers whether this event will have any lasting effect on the sectors or the number of people reading for pleasure.
 Last-minute decisions could have long-lasting effect.
efecto especial 
special effect
 It seems all Hollywood can do now is take an original classic and flog it to death with over-the-top special effects.
efecto final 
net effect
 A financial survey views the net effect of California's Proposition 13 as effectively lowering financial support of libraries by 25% = Un estudio económico considera que el efecto neto de la Propuesta 13 de California supondrá, de hecho, una disminución del apoyo económico de las bibliotecas en un 25%.
efecto invernadero, el 
greenhouse effect, the
 This is the newspaper that ran a lengthy article about LaRouche's screwy assertion that the greenhouse effect doesn't exist and that the ozone layer is not disappearing.
efecto látigo, el 
whip effect, the
 The classic whip effect means that the further a supplier is removed from the end consumer, the worse are the fluctuations in demand that they see.
efecto moderador 
toned effect
 The lithographer therefore draws a design with a grease pencil or a greasy ink on a flat surface that can be surfaced with different grades of abrasive to produce a more or less toned effect in the design.
efecto multiplicador  
multiplier effect
multiplying effect
 The publicizing of their success has had a multiplier effect for other local authorities and led to a demand for increased information.
 Furthermore, tobacco has a multiplying effect on vascular complications.
efecto nefasto 
deleterious effect
 Librarians should use the library training programme for new students to emphasise the deleterious effect of theft on the library's resources.
efecto negativo   
ill effect [ill-effect]
chilling effect
blowback
 Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.
 Controlling online costs need not have a chilling effect on legal research.
 If we inflict great misery on innocent people in the Middle East, there will almost certainly be what the CIA refers to as 'blowback' - unintended negative consequences of our actions.
efecto nocivo   
damaging effect
toxic effect
harmful effect
 This article considers the damaging effects of the Harmattan, a very hot and dusty wind that blows in Nigeria and other West African countries, on library materials and staff.
 By studying a large group of loons affected by an oil spill, much can be learned about the toxic effects of petroleum.
 These differences may have significant beneficial or harmful effects upon the global economy.
efecto óptico 
optical illusion
 Optical illusion affects our sense of reality.
efecto perjudicial  
damaging effect
harmful effect
 This article considers the damaging effects of the Harmattan, a very hot and dusty wind that blows in Nigeria and other West African countries, on library materials and staff.
 These differences may have significant beneficial or harmful effects upon the global economy.
efecto positivo  
beneficial effect
positive effect
 The author presents the results of a citation analysis study of an important clinical trial which demonstrated the beneficial effects of a technique for treating diabetics.
 In general, the level of cooperation with other research institutes has no positive effect on output.
efecto profundo 
profound effect
 Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.
efecto represivo  [Aplicado generalmente a aquella legislación que aunque no es prohibitiva pone freno a determinados comportamientos ]
chilling effect
 Many reporters are feeling the chilling effects and are purposely avoiding certain stories, for fear that their writing will lead them to a similar lawsuit.
efecto secundario   
side effect [side-effect]
spillover effect
after effect [after-effect]
 The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).
 In a world in which economies are linked by international trade and capital flows, abatement by one economy induces spillover effects.
 This paper explains how the after effects of flooding on library walls and shelving were dealt with by means of humidifiers and fans.
efecto sicológico 
psychological effect
 Such examples are to be found time and time again in LCSH, and the psychological effect on the user must be devastating.
efecto sonoro 
sound effect
 Each picture is accompanied by the appropriate sound effect.
efectos secundarios 
knock-on effect
 These emotions will have a knock-on effect on the child and may, in the case of the faddy eater, cause the situation to deteriorate.
efecto tóxico 
toxic effect
 By studying a large group of loons affected by an oil spill, much can be learned about the toxic effects of petroleum.
efecto visual 
visual
 With their rudimentary visuals and sub-par writing, the comics of the day were nothing more than gags and cheap laughs.
emisión de gases de efecto invernadero 
carbon emission
 When you tote up the carbon emissions caused by clearing land to grow corn, fertilizing it and transporting it, corn ethanol leaves twice the carbon footprint as gasoline.
en efecto         
to all intents and purposes
for all intents and purposes
sure enough
in fact
indeed
actually
as a matter of fact
in point of fact
in actuality
 To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
 In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
 I told my roommate he can't come to Florida for spring break unless he shaves his chest, and sure enough he did.
 However, one important feature to note about such systems is that many of them do not in fact organise knowledge or retrieve information.
 Indeed the selection of an indexing approach is crucially dependent upon the way in which the index is to be used.
 Dr. Richmond actually has had two careers.
 As a matter of fact, the record of the change is retained in at least the OCLC files and is, I am told, available to libraries.
 In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
 In actuality every librarian has a different concept of ephemeral materials.
estropear el efecto 
spoil + effect
 And its episodic plot, without the kind of mystery climax that has to be led up to without interruption means that the gaps between readings won't spoil the effect.
gas que produce el efecto invernadero 
greenhouse gas
 Unprecedented opportunities for biofuel development are occurring both as a result of rising fossil fuel prices and the need to reduce greenhouse gases.
intensificar el efecto de algo 
intensify + effect
 A printer would use incompressible packing in the head mortises to intensify the effect of the pressman's pull by bringing it up with a jolt.
luchar con los efectos adversos de 
combat + the effects of
 The author describes action taken by a public library to combat the effects of massive unemployment when a local steel works was closed.
mitigar el efecto 
mitigate + effect
 E. M. d'Hondt, newly-appointed NBLC chairman, urged that discussions be opened with the Ministry of Social and Cultural Services to mitigate the effect of public lending right on library budgets.
mitigar el efecto de Algo 
minimise + effect
 The sequence in the book is chosen for us by the author and we cannot alter it, though we may to a large extent minimize the effect by adequate signposting in the form of indexes and guiding.
paliar el efecto 
mitigate + effect
 E. M. d'Hondt, newly-appointed NBLC chairman, urged that discussions be opened with the Ministry of Social and Cultural Services to mitigate the effect of public lending right on library budgets.
para todos los efectos prácticos 
for all practical purposes
 The superintendent stated that this was an area she herself was anxious to investigate, because for all practical purposes salary increases were automatic and equal 'across-the-board'.
profundo efecto 
profound effect
 Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.
protegerse de los efectos de Algo 
ward off + effects
 This article discusses the tactics of organising and lobbying which librarians must use to ward off the worst effects of these changes.
relación causa-efecto  
cause-effect relation
causal relationship
 The titles of scientific articles that are primarily reports of experiments usually contain information about the cause-effect relation investigated.
 The findings have led to the conclusion that there is a direct causal relationship between familiarity/formality and the degree of gesticulation.
resistente a los efectos del clima 
resistant to weathering
 Railroad companies tend to use for ballast rocks that are chemically and physically resistant to weathering.
sentir los efectos de 
feel + the effects of
 Those of us who deal with cooperatively produced catalogs and buy MARC tapes from a vendor will certainly feel the effects of all this keenly.
ser de efectos retardados   
be slow on the uptake
be a button short
have + a button missing
 First off, I can be mighty slow on the uptake about things like this, because I usually pay little heed to the conventions that dictate you.
 He is a button short, if you don't mind my saying so.
 Payley is retarded and described by Ruth as having a 'button missing'.
sufrir el efecto de Algo 
suffer + the effect
 Neighbors living near college campuses often suffer the effects of heavy alcohol use such as noise & disturbances, vandalism, drunkenness, vomiting, & urination.
surtir efecto     [Verbo irregular: pasado y participio paid]    
take + effect
have + effect
pay off
pay
come into + effect
kick in
pack + a punch
pack + a wallop
 This information can be added to the system or changed online, thus taking effect immediately.
 'She's been absent twice this week and late twice, so obviously my words haven't had much effect'.
 This is an address given at a seminar on 'Books and businesses: an investment that pays off' at the Turin book fair on 17 May 89.
 Simply put, it just doesn't pay to digitise information that few can use, and even fewer will pay for.
 The new Statute will, with some exceptions, come into effect on 1 Jan 78.
 The first wave of long-awaited reforms to credit-card industry practices began kicking in on Aug. 20.
 Holidays in Tenerife certainly pack a punch when it comes to sun-drenched beach breaks.
 When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.
tener efecto 
take + effect
 This information can be added to the system or changed online, thus taking effect immediately.
tener efecto sobre 
impinge on/upon
 Many changes in cataloguing and classification can be expected in the next ten years and these must impinge upon DC.
tener su efecto 
take + Posesivo + toll (on)
 The pressures which modern society puts on all its members are great and those pressures take their toll.
tener un efecto adverso sobre 
have + an adverse effect on
 Unstable exchange rates have an adverse effect on the price of books and journals.
tener un gran efecto  
pack + a punch
pack + a wallop
 Holidays in Tenerife certainly pack a punch when it comes to sun-drenched beach breaks.
 When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.
efecto
efecto-2 
efecto bancario   
bank draft
banker's draft
banker's cheque
 To register send the form together with an international bank transfer, bank cheque o bank draft, payable to University Library V.U.B., Pleinlaan 2, B-1050 BRUSSEL, Belgium.
 In situations where a person owes money to a creditor, and the creditor is not prepared to accept a personal cheque because he thinks it might bounce, a banker's draft made out by the debtor's bank can provide a solution.
 Banker's cheques can be used for making payments for goods and services to foreign partners such as payment for the purchase of books.
efectos negociables 
commercial paper
 The U.S. government's bailout plan did little to improve conditions in the commercial paper market where spooked investors continue to favor short-term debt.
efectos personales  
personal belongings
belongings
 His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
 Lachaise had her secretary go through the minutes of the meetings to see if the rule on inspecting belongings had ever been changed.
tienda de efectos navales 
chandlery
 Kim often works on the boat putting to good use the expertise she gained working in a boatyard and chandlery.
efecto
efecto-3 
  topspin.
 In order to be effective with passing shots, you need to be able to impart a lot of topspin on the ball.

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «EFECTO»

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Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about efecto

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10 SPANISH QUOTES WITH «EFECTO»

Famous quotes and sentences with the word efecto.
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Agustín Moreto
Que es efecto muy distinto el quererse con deseo o el amarse con cariño.
2
Gaspar Melchor De Jovellanos
Si las lágrimas son efecto de la sensibilidad del corazón, ¡desdichado de aquel que no es capaz de derramarlas!
3
Gregorio Marañón
La especie más temible de los vanidosos es la de los que tienen, en efecto, motivos para su vanidad.
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Henri Bergson
El presente sólo se forma del pasado, y lo que se encuentra en el efecto estaba ya en la causa.
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Hermann Von Keyserling
Ninguna prueba, ninguna rectificación ni desmentido puede anular el efecto de una publicidad bien hecha.
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Juan Montalvo
Pueblo en donde la libertad es efecto de las leyes y las leyes son sagradas, por fuerza es un pueblo libre.
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Téophile Gautier
El efecto de toda civilización llevada al extremo es la sustitución del espíritu por la materia y de la idea por la cosa.
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Emerson
La escultura y la pintura tienen el efecto de enseñarnos modales y suprimir la prisa.
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Robert Koch
Cuando un médico va detrás del féretro de su paciente, a veces la causa sigue al efecto.
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Honoré de Balzac
Un efecto esencial de la elegancia es ocultar sus medios.

10 SPANISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EFECTO»

Discover the use of efecto in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to efecto and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Spanish literature.
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El efecto Guardiola
Organizado en cien cápsulas de entrenamiento personal, El efecto Guardiola desvela los secretos del entrenador del F.C. Barcelona para enfrentarnos a la liga cotidiana que cada lector debe jugar... para ganar.
Àlex Martín, 2012
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El Efecto Valor
Como lo cataloga el autor, es una novela de misterio acerca de la búsqueda compulsiva de la innovación y se manifiesta con el asesinato del consultir contratado por la empresa para desarrollar el producto.
John Guaspari, 2003
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El efecto Checklist (eBook): Cómo una simple lista de ...
En El efecto Checklist, Atul Gawande nos explica cómo las listas de comprobación han hecho posibles algunas de las actividades más difíciles realizadas por los seres humanos, desde pilotar aviones a construir rascacielos de una ...
Atul Gawande, 2011
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Billar. Con efecto y con afecto:
Las técnicas de billar que nos permitirán progresar rápidamente en el desarrollo del juego
Valeriano Parera Sans, 1996
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El efecto Medici: Percepciones rompedoras en la intersección ...
Johansson denomina esta proliferación de ideas nuevas el efecto Medici, haciendo referencia al notable estallido de creatividad que favoreció la familia bancaria de los Medici en la Italia del Renacimiento.
Frans Johansson, 2005
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El efecto Lucifer:
" El País "Philip Zimbardo [...] demuestra que, en determinadas circunstancias, cualquier persona puede convertirse tanto en un héroe como en un verdugo. Zimbardo muestra los resortes que pueden convertir a personas de bien en monstruos.
Philip Zimbardo, 2008
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Las ranas y el efecto pigmalión.: 43 relatos para una ...
Relatos nacidos y vividos en las aulas que se abordan desde el enfoque de la educación inclusiva, con el deseo de que las exclusiones sociales y escolares disminuyan y con el objetivo de que pensemos que nadie es más que nadie, que cada ...
Jesús Garrido Landívar, 2010
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Coste y Efecto: Como Usar el ABC, el AMB y el ABB para ...
Este libro, escrito por los creadores del ABC-ABM expone paso a paso y con múltiples ejemplos reales cómo se implanta y permite comprender las implicaciones y aportaciones del ABC-ABM.
Robert S. Kaplan, Robin Cooper, 2003
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El efecto: Descubra la riqueza de ese “algo” que usted transmite
Es su maravillosa huella. Su marca personal. Eso es El efecto. Nadie sabe dónde le queda, pero ahí está siempre.
Sonia González, 2013
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Pirlo, Un Efecto Colateral
En torno al humor del mas variado signo, eje central de la obra, la imperturbabilidad del personaje central capaz de afrontar, provocar o involucrarse en toda suerte de aventuras a cual mas disparatadas, se viene a ironizar con situaciones ...
Gerardo Izco Igoa, 2006

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «EFECTO»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term efecto is used in the context of the following news items.
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FAO preocupada por efecto "devastador" de El Niño en América ...
"El evento climático de El Niño está teniendo un efecto devastador en la agricultura en el Corredor Seco de América Central, donde una de las peores sequías ... «Estrategia & Negocios, Jun 16»
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Greenspan advierte que “brexit” tendrá un efecto “corrosivo” en ...
El expresidente de la Reserva Federal Alan Greenspan afirmó hoy que la victoria del “brexit” en el Reino Unido tendrá un efecto “corrosivo” para la zona euro y ... «El Dia.com.do, Jun 16»
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Las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero en la UE bajaron un ...
La reducción se debió sobre todo a un menor consumo de calefacción por el invierno suave en Europa, pero también a otros factores, como el aumento del uso ... «El Periódico, Jun 16»
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Advierten sobre efecto dominó del brexit en Europa del este
El ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Luxemburgo advierte que la salida de Gran Bretaña de la UE podría provocar un efecto dominó en Europa del Este. «Deutsche Welle, Jun 16»
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En El Sombrero los niños juegan a policías y El Picure
Él y otros profesores con los que conversó Efecto Cocuyo en la localidad, mostraron la preocupación y frustración con las que viven en las aulas, al ver cómo ... «Efecto Cocuyo, May 16»
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Dueños de bares cuestionan que se deje sin efecto nuevos horarios ...
El comunicado del Ministerio de Turismo, emitido este jueves 12 de mayo de 2016, que deja sin efecto la ampliación de los horarios para vender licor ha ... «El Comercio, May 16»
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Efecto Mariposa y Maldita Nerea, en Cáceres el 3 de junio
Los grupos Maldita Nerea y Efecto Mariposa son los cabezas de cartel del Amstel Fest, que se celebrará en Cáceres el viernes 3 de junio como colofón a las ... «Hoy Digital, Apr 16»
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Detienen a periodista de Efecto Cocuyo mientras cubría protesta por ...
Reynaldo Mozo, periodista de Efecto Cocuyo, fue detenido la mañana del martes 26 de abril mientras realizaba la cobertura de una protesta por comida en la ... «Efecto Cocuyo, Apr 16»
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El precio de reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero ...
La gestión de los suelos agrícolas tiene un gran potencial para reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero o el secuestro de carbono. / Morguefile. «SINC, Apr 16»
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El efecto Mozart: ¿Nos hace la música más 'listos'?
Mientras que para unos la música produce una sensación de libertad y esperanza, en otros genera un efecto estimulante para afrontar nuevos desafíos. «RT en Español - Noticias internacionales, Mar 16»

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« EDUCALINGO. Efecto [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-es/efecto>. Jul 2021 ».
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