- v have an effect upon
- v act physically on; have an effect upon
- v connect closely and often incriminatingly
- v make believe with the intent to deceive
- v have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
- s arousing affect
the homecoming of the released hostages was an affecting scene
- A malfunction affecting one of these genes is not, in itself, enough to cause autism, the Icelandic researcher is quick to point out.
- Obama said he was invoking powers to put in place his own pay plan in times of a national emergency or serious economic conditions affecting the nation.
- The new publication date reflects the way the Internet is affecting pretty much everything about the news business.
- Ban Ki-moon in Seattle Post Intelligencer
Unless we properly manage this issue, this could trigger a cascade of other challenges and crises affecting not just social and economic issues, but also political and security issues,Ban said following talks in London with British Prime...
- President Bush in Xinhua
This is an issue that's affecting hardworking people,Bush told reporters after meeting with more than a dozen manufacturers and business owners from across the country.
- Dominique Strauss-Kahn in TheNewsTribune.com
The financial crisis that originated in the collapse of US subprime mortgage market in August 2007 has deepened further and is now affecting many parts of the global financial system,Dominique Strauss-Kahn said in a statement....