after-effect


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after-effect

noun (usually plural) consequence, wake, trail, aftermath, hangover (informal), spin-off, repercussion, afterglow, aftershock, delayed response He was suffering from shock as well as from the after-effects of drugs.
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after-effect

[ˈɑːftərɪfekt] Nconsecuencia f after-effects [of treatment] → efectos mpl secundarios; [of illness, operation, accident] → secuelas fpl

after-effect

[ˈɑːftərɪfɛkt] n (of events) → ripercussione f, conseguenza; (of drug) → reazione f; (of illness, experience) → postumi mpl
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A surge in demand for smaller lavatory service vehicles is an after-effect of a significant rise in domestic travel, airlines shifting towards smaller aircrafts, and airports adopting cost-cutting strategies to envisage profitable growth in the aviation industry.
"Unfortunately, we have a growing number of children who suffer visual, psychological and physical problems as an after-effect of spending many hours in front of screens."
Andhra Pradesh was in the grip of a severe heat wave yesterday with many places sizzling at over 45 degree Celsius as the mercury rose sharply as an after-effect of cyclone 'Fani', officials said.
"There's a real after-effect when you get relegated from the Premier League and to make the club competitive is one of the things I'm most proud of in my career.
The kingdom has struggled to get its economy back on track since it contracted 0.7 percent in 2017, an after-effect of the oil price rout and austerity measures that hit businesses hard.
Such operations can have the after-effect of excess fluid leaking away for about two weeks, and patients have drainage bags for a period after their treatment.
An elderly man affected by the mishandled surgery claimed that he consulted a doctor after the operation with complaints of intolerable eyes pain but the doctor told him that it is just an after-effect of the surgery.
But the precautions you take may mean the only after-effect of a vacation is just grumpiness that it's over.
But, in doing this, I would state the obvious and make him understand through facts and figures, the harsh reality and after-effect of the election process.
The mind is not an 'epiphenomenon' (or after-effect) of the brain.
'No, this hope was not borne of partisanship, or political loyalty, or even an after-effect of the right words spoken the right way.
| Ian Gibbons, now 65, is battling arthritis as an after-effect of his accident at the age of three