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Translation: English to Hebrew
affected
מושפע
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Morfix.co.il Dictionary  view

affected  adjective      מֻשְׁפָּע; נָגוּעַ; מְזֻיָּף, מְעֻשֶּׂה

affect  verb      הִשְׁפִּיעַ; רִגֵּשׁ; הֶעֱמִיד פָּנִים; תָּקַף (בעיקר מחלה)

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doitinHebrew.com Phonetic Translation

affected  adjective      mush'pa; nagua; m'zuyaf, m'ushׂeh

affect  verb      hish'piya; rigesh; he'emiyd paniym; takaf (vykr mchlh)

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LingvoZone Dictionary  view
adjective    מְעוּשֶׂה
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doitinHebrew.com Phonetic Translation
adjective    m'useh
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Milon.co.il Dictionary 

affected


English-Hebrew
affected
(ת') נגוע; מושפע; מדומה
 
affect
(verb) להשפיע; לגעת ללב, להזיז למישהו (רגשית); לתקוף (לגבי מחלה); לפעול כאילו-, להעמיד פנים; להיות בעל זיקה מסוימת לגבי-

Wikipedia English - The Free Encyclopedia
Affect
The term Affect generally suggests an emotion. It is used in various ways in various contexts:
  • Affect (philosophy).
  • Affect (psychology), referring to feeling or emotion.
  • Affect display (psychology) refers to apparent signs of emotion, such as facial expression, vocalization, and posture
  • Affective science, the scientific study of emotionoun
  • Any of several terms in abnormal psychology, including.
  • Blunted affect or affective flattening, a reduction in emotional reactivity.
  • Labile affect, the unstable display of emotionoun
  • Affective computing, an area of research in computer science aiming to simulate emotional processes.
  • Literary affects, the emotional experience generated in a reader by a text, such as catharsis kairosis and kenosis.
  • Affekt (the German term, which is often used in this context) in musical and other aesthetic theory. (The article currently redirects to Doctrine of the affections.)
  • Doctrine of the affections, an important theory in musical aesthetics.

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