|affect suomeksi||affekti en, esittää en, liikuttaa en, teeskennellä en, vahingoittaa en, vaikuttaa en|
: The experience affected me deeply.
: The heat of the sunlight affected the speed of the chemical reaction.
*: The climate affected their health and spirits.
: He was deeply affected by the tragic ending of the play.
*: A consideration of the rationale of our passions seems to me very necessary for all who would affect them upon solid and pure principles.
: Hepatitis affects the liver.
*: men whom they thought best affected to religion and their countrys liberty
*: The drops of every fluid affect a round figure.
*: One of the domestics was affected to his special service.
*: This proud man affects imperial sway.
*: From that day forth she gan to him affect, / And daily more her favour to augment […].
*: A young gentlewoman in Basil was married...to an ancient man against her will, whom she could not affect; she was continually melancholy, and pined away for grief […].
*: But when he pleased to show t, his speech / In loftiness of sound was rich; / A Babylonish dialect, / Which learned pedants much affect.
*: As for Queen Katharine, he rather respected than affected, rather honoured than loved, her.
*: 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.
*: For he does neither affect company, nor is he fit for it, indeed.
*: Do not affect the society of your inferiors in rank, nor court that of the great.
: to affect ignorance
: He managed to affect a smile despite feeling quite miserable.
*: Careless she is with artful care, / Affecting to seem unaffected.
*: Thou dost affect my manners.
*: 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|Affectentwicklung|lang=de in dreams is not amenable to the judgement we make of the rest of the dream-content [...].
*: A third study demonstrated that the effects of self-affirmation on self-regulated performance were not due to positive affect.