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in·flu·en·tial

 (ĭn′flo͞o-ĕn′shəl)
adj.
Having or exercising influence.
n.
One that is of considerable importance or influence: sought the advice of policy influentials.

in′flu·en′tial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.influentially - exerting influence
Translations
بصورةٍ مؤَثِّرَه
vlivně
betydningsfuldtindflydelsesrigt
befolyásosan
á áhrifamikinn hátt
vplyvne
etkili/tesirli bir şekilde

influence

(ˈinfluəns) noun
1. the power to affect people, actions or events. He used his influence to get her the job; He should not have driven the car while under the influence of alcohol.
2. a person or thing that has this power. She is a bad influence on him.
verb
to have an effect on. The weather seems to influence her moods.
ˌinfluˈential (-ˈenʃəl) adjective
having much influence. He is in quite an influential job; He was influential in getting the plan accepted.
ˌinfluˈentially adverb
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