impact


impact
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noun
1 effect/impression
ADJECTIVE
big, considerable, dramatic, enormous, great, high, huge, important, main, major, massive, powerful, profound, strong, tremendous

a high-impact message aimed at changing people's attitudes

discernible, measurable, noticeable, real, significant, substantial

A 1% rise is enough to have a measurable impact on economic growth.

limited, little, marginal, minimal, minimum, negligible
full

The industrial north of the country felt the full impact of the recession.

maximum

We'll show you how to dress for maximum impact at the all-important audition.

overall, total
growing, increasing
added
disproportionate
combined, cumulative

the cumulative impact of a series of damaging events

decisive
direct

Agriculture made a direct physical impact on the landscape.

immediate, instant, sudden
initial, short-term
lasting, long-term
broader, far-reaching, wider

It is important to appreciate the wider impact and implications of this proposal.

future, likely, possible, potential
beneficial, favourable/favorable, positive
adverse, catastrophic, damaging, destructive, detrimental, devastating, disastrous, heavy, negative, serious, severe
human

The severest human impact on the dolphins has been the loss of habitat.

personal

The personal impact of party leaders has been very important.

physical, visual

an attempt to reduce the visual impact of wind farms on the landscape

visceral

The film lacks the visceral impact of her previous work.

cultural, ecological, economic, emotional, environmental, financial, health, political, psychological, social

The environmental impact of power generation is being assessed.

VERB + IMPACT
achieve, create, exert, have, make

Variations in the interest rate will have an impact on the whole housing market.

You certainly made a big impact on Carter.

feel

The initial impact of the reforms will be felt most keenly in primary schools.

analyse/analyze, consider, examine, explore, investigate, monitor, study

We investigated the impact of new technologies on teaching methods.

assess, determine, estimate, evaluate, gauge, judge, measure, quantify

It is difficult to judge the likely impact of the changes on employment patterns.

underestimate
enhance, increase, maximize
alleviate, cushion, lessen, minimize, mitigate, offset, reduce, soften

We are trying to minimize the impact of price rises on our customers.

diminish, lessen, reduce, weaken

Listening to the speech through an interpreter lessened its impact somewhat.

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lose

When peace returned, the hard-line message lost much of its impact.

resist, withstand

This section explores how mothers resist the impact of poverty on the health of their children.

be concerned about
appreciate, realize, recognize, understand
highlight
address
predict
reflect

Architecturally, these churches reflected the impact of the Renaissance.

PREPOSITION
under the impact of

Manufacturing fell sharply under the impact of the recession.

impact on, impact upon

to highlight the impact of technology on working practices

2 act/force of one object hitting another
ADJECTIVE
full
initial
asteroid, meteorite

the consequences of an asteroid impact

VERB + IMPACT
take

The front of the bus took the full impact of the crash.

feel
absorb

A well-designed sports shoe should absorb the impact on the 28 bones in each foot.

cushion, lessen, soften

Air bags are designed to soften the impact for crash victims.

survive, withstand

The crew of six may have survived the initial impact, but the whole plane went up in flames seconds later.

IMPACT + VERB
occur

Impact occurred seconds after the pilot radioed for help.

knock sb/sth … 

The impact knocked him off balance.

IMPACT + NOUN
speed, velocity
crater

Small meteorites have left impact craters all over the planet's surface.

PREPOSITION
on impact

The front of the car had crumpled on impact.

PHRASES
the moment, point, time, etc. of impact
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verb
Impact is used with these nouns as the object: ↑decision, ↑development, ↑effectiveness, ↑environment, ↑quality

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  • impact — [ ɛ̃pakt ] n. m. • 1824; lat. impactum, supin de impingere « heurter » 1 ♦ Collision, heurt. Sous l impact d un projectile. POINT D IMPACT : endroit où le projectile vient frapper, et par ext. trace qu il laisse. 2 ♦ (v. 1965) Effet d une action… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • IMPACT — (engl. „Stoß“, „Einschlag“, „Wirkung“) steht für: den Einschlag eines Himmelskörpers, siehe Impakt die wahrgenommene Differenz an Informationsgehalt vor und nach der Übermittlung einer Information, siehe Impact (Kommunikationswissenschaft) eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Impact — (engl. „Stoß“, „Einschlag“, „Wirkung“ bzw. lat. impactus, PPP von impingere = einschlagen) steht für: den Einschlag eines Himmelskörpers, siehe Impakt die wahrgenommene Differenz an Informationsgehalt vor und nach der Übermittlung einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • impact — n Impact, impingement, collision, clash, shock, concussion, percussion, jar, jolt mean a forcible or enforced contact between two or more things, especially a contact so violent as to affect seriously one or the other or all of the persons or… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • impact — IMPÁCT, impacturi, s.n. 1. (livr.) Ciocnire a două sau mai multor corpuri. 2. Influenţă, înrâurire a unei idei, a unei lucrări etc. asupra unei persoane, asupra evenimentelor etc. 3. Şoc; surpriză. – Din fr. impact, lat. impactus. Trimis de gall …   Dicționar Român

  • Impact — Categoría Sans serif Diseñador(es) Geoffrey Lee Empresa Stephenso …   Wikipedia Español

  • impact — The literal meaning of the noun is ‘the action of one body coming forcibly into contact with another’, and refers to physical collision. The figurative meaning ‘strong effect or influence’ is justifiable when there is a corresponding figurative… …   Modern English usage

  • Impact FM — est une radio lyonnaise diffusant ses programmes uniquement sur Lyon et sa région. Elle diffuse les plus grands succès des années 1960, 1970 et 1980. Voir aussi Les Indépendants Lien externe Site de la radio Ce document provient de « Impact FM » …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Impact — Impact, TX U.S. town in Texas Population (2000): 39 Housing Units (2000): 16 Land area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Impact, TX — U.S. town in Texas Population (2000): 39 Housing Units (2000): 16 Land area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) FIPS code:… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • impact — [n1] collision, force appulse, bang, blow, bounce, brunt, buffet, bump, clash, concussion, contact, crash, crunch, crush, encounter, hit, impingement, jar, jolt, jounce, kick, knock, meeting, percussion, pound, punch, quake, quiver, ram, rap,… …   New thesaurus


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