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ef·fec·tive·ly

 (ĭ-fĕk′tĭv-lē)
adv.
1. In an effective way.
2. For all practical purposes; in effect: Though a few rebels still held out, the fighting was effectively ended.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.effectively - in an effective manner; "these are real problems that can be dealt with most effectively by rational discussion"
ineffectively, inefficaciously - in an ineffective manner; "he dealt with the problem rather ineffectively"
2.effectively - in actuality or reality or fact; "she is effectively his wife"; "in effect, they had no choice"

effectively

adverb
1. virtually, really, in fact, essentially, in effect, in reality, in truth, as good as, in actual fact, to all intents and purposes, in all but name, in actuality, for practical purposes The region was effectively independent.
2. efficiently, successfully, skilfully, ably, competently, capably, proficiently He has the will and ability to govern effectively.
Translations
بصورَةٍ فَعّالَهبِفَعَّالَيَّة
účinně
effektivt
tehokkaasti
učinkovitodjelotvornoefikasnoesencijalnopraktički
eredményesenhatékonyanhathatósanténylegténylegesen
á áhrifaríkan hátt
効果的に
효과적으로
i sak
อย่างได้ผล
etkili bir şekildeetkin bir şekilde
một cách có tác dụng

effectively

[ɪˈfektɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= efficiently) [treat, teach, work] → eficazmente, de manera eficaz; [function] → de manera eficaz
it's very difficult to treat this disease effectivelyes muy difícil tratar esta enfermedad eficazmente or de manera eficaz
2. (= strikingly) [displayed, decorated, combined] → de manera impresionante, con mucho efecto
3. (= in effect) → realmente, de hecho
the contest was effectively won in the first five minutesrealmente or de hecho, el concurso estaba ganado en los primeros cinco minutos

effectively

[ɪˈfɛktɪvli] adv
(= efficiently) → efficacement
(= in reality) → effectivement, en fait
effectively, it means that ... → en réalité, cela signifie que ...
(= strikingly) → d'une manière frappante

effectively

adv
(= successfully)wirksam; function, work, teacheffektiv
(= strikingly)wirkungsvoll
(= in effect)effektiv, praktisch

effectively

[ɪˈfɛktɪvlɪ] adv (efficiently) → efficacemente; (in effect) → in effetti; (strikingly) → ad effetto; (in reality) → di fatto

effect

(iˈfekt) noun
1. a result or consequence. He is suffering from the effects of over-eating; His discovery had little effect at first.
2. an impression given or produced. The speech did not have much effect (on them); a pleasing effect.
verb
to make happen; to bring about. He tried to effect a reconciliation between his parents.
efˈfective (-tiv) adjective
1. having power to produce, or producing, a desired result. These new teaching methods have proved very effective.
2. striking or pleasing. an effective display of flowers.
3. in operation; working; active. The new law becomes effective next week.
efˈfectively (-tivli) adverb
efˈfects noun plural
1. property; goods. She left few personal effects when she died.
2. in drama etc, devices for producing suitable sounds, lighting etc to accompany a play etc. sound effects.
efˈfectual (-tʃuəl) adjective
successful in producing the desired results. He was not very effectual as an organiser.
come into effect
(of a law etc) to begin to operate. The law came into effect last month.
for effect
for the sake of making an impression. You don't mean that – you only said it for effect.
in effect
1. (of a rule etc) in operation. That law is no longer in effect.
2. in truth or in practical terms. In effect our opinions differed very little.
put into effect
to put (a law etc) into operation. He has begun to put his theories into effect.
take effect
to begin to work; to come into force. When will the drug take effect?

effectively

بِفَعَّالَيَّة účinně effektivt effektiv αποτελεσματικά eficazmente tehokkaasti effectivement učinkovito efficacemente 効果的に 효과적으로 effectief effektivt skutecznie eficazmente действенно i sak อย่างได้ผล etkili bir şekilde một cách có tác dụng 有效地
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But the fear of not being able to carry it through effectively has always made me shy of assuming the moral attitude; and in this case the certainty that my sentiments would be lost on Strickland made it peculiarly embarrassing to utter them.
But what all England did not know De Vac had gleaned from scraps of conversation dropped in the armory: that Henry was even now negotiating with the leaders of foreign mercenaries, and with Louis IX of France, for a sufficient force of knights and menat-arms to wage a relentless war upon his own barons that he might effectively put a stop to all future interference by them with the royal prerogative of the Plantagenets to misrule England.
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This interval of bondage in the docks rounds each period of a ship's life with the sense of accomplished duty, of an effectively played part in the work of the world.
But there was a moment when he so outshone and overtopped all other divinities in my worship that I was effectively his alone, as I have been the helpless and, as it were, hypnotized devotee of three or four others of the very great.
These men appeared convinced; they were effectively so.
So she might have walked until she had lost all knowledge of her way, had it not been for the interruption of a tree, which, although it did not grow across her path, stopped her as effectively as if the branches had struck her in the face.
They had speech that enabled them more effectively to reason, and in addition they understood cooperation.
These foxes were all handsomely dressed, the girl-foxes and women-foxes wearing gowns of feathers woven together effectively and colored in bright hues which Dorothy thought were quite artistic and decidedly attractive.

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