affected lietuviškai

affected vertimas a 1) paveiktas, paliestas; 2) netikras, nenatūralus

  • affected person (n.) pagyrūnas, pasipūtėlis, įsivaizdėlis
  • Affect (psychology) Afektas
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (impact) to have an effect upon
  • (body verb) to act physically on; to have an effect upon Type of: change
  • (refer) to connect closely and often incriminatingly
  • (misrepresent) to make believe with the intent to deceive
  • (impress) to have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
  • (influenced) acted upon
  • (unnatural) speaking or behaving in an artificial way to make an impression
  • (sick) being excited or provoked to the expression of an emotion

affected sinonimai artificial, assumed, catchy, concerned, contrived, dainty, emphatic, false, feigned, fictional, fictitious, fictive, forced, full of, high-flown, hokey, impressed, inflated, influenced, insincere, involved, mannered, moved, niminy-piminy, precious, pretended, pretentious, prim, professed, put on, put-on, sham, simpering, simulated, stilted, stirred, studied, touched, turgid, twee, unnatural, fake, faked, mincing

Affect sinonimai Mood

affect sinonimai emotion, poignancy, act on, act upon, adopt, alter, apply to, assume, attack, be corrosive, bite, change, concern, corrode, dissemble, dissimulate, exert influence on, feign, impress, influence, interest, involve, make believe, modify, move, overcome, pertain to, pretend, profess, relate to, sham, stir, sway, touch, transform, act, act as if, act on, act upon, attack, bear on, bear upon, be concerned with, be corrosive, be effective, be valid, burn, concern, corrode, count, counterfeit, dissemble, dissimulate, eat, fake, feign, harm, have an effect, impact, impress, involve, make, make believe, move, pretend, produce an effect, profess, put aside, put on, put on an act, regard, rust, sham, simulate, stir, strike, take effect, touch, touch on, touch upon, make out

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