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impact 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈimˌpakt/,
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impacts, plural;
  1. Come into forcible contact with another object
    • - the shell impacted twenty yards away
  2. Come into forcible contact with
    • - an asteroid impacted the earth some 60 million years ago
  3. Have a strong effect
    • - high interest rates have impacted on retail spending
    • - the move is not expected to impact the company's employees
  4. Press firmly
    • - the animals' feet do not impact and damage the soil as cows' hooves do
Noun
  1. The action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another
    • - there was the sound of a third impact
    • - bullets that expand and cause devastating injury on impact
  2. The effect or influence of one person, thing, or action, on another
    • - our regional measures have had a significant impact on unemployment

  1. the striking of one body against another
  2. press or wedge together; pack together
  3. a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
  4. affect: have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
  5. impingement: influencing strongly; "they resented the impingement of American values on European culture"
  6. shock: the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat; "the armies met in the shock of battle"
  7. IMPACT (International Multi-user Plasma, Atmospheric and Cosmic dust Twin laboratory) is a successful merger of many different science communities that need similar instrumentation and resources. ...
  8. TNA Impact! (stylized as "TNA iMPACT!") is a professional wrestling television program for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) that currently airs on in the United States and Canada on Spike , and airs on Bravo in the United Kingdom. TNA Impact is filmed at the Impact! ...
  9. Impact is a monthly magazine published in the United Kingdom. It covers the field of action entertainment: including Hong Kong action cinema, worldwide martial arts films, Hollywood productions, anime, comics, action films and East Asian cinema in general. ...
  10. Damon Harris (born Otis Robert Harris, Jr. on July 17, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a three-time Grammy Award-winning African-American soul and R&B singer. He is most notable as a member of The Temptations from 1971 to 1975. ...
  11. Impact, in comics, can refer to: * Impact Comics, a DC Comics imprint * Impact (EC Comics), an EC Comics title * Impact (Image Comics), an Image Comics superhero
  12. IMPACT (also known as Impact) refers to a 3D computer graphics architecture and a family of implementations of the aforementioned architecture developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics from 1995 to 1997. ...
  13. The force or energy of a collision of two objects; A forced impinging; A significant or strong influence; an effect; To compress; to compact; to press or pack together; To influence; to affect; to have an impact on; To collide or strike
  14. (impactful) Having impact
  15. (Impactful) nonsense word. Try influential or powerful instead.
  16. ((climate change) Impacts) The effects of climate change on natural and human systems. Depending on the consideration of adaptation, one can distinguish between potential impacts and residual impacts:
  17. (Impacts) Positive or negative effects upon the natural or human environment resulting from transportation projects.
  18. (Impacts) The significant consequences of a government program activity, either intended or unintended, and either positive or negative.
  19. (IMPACTS) This class of products is also called impact extrusions. There are two basic production methods and both use a flat slug of metal as their starting material. By one method, the slug is forced to fill a void in the die as in a forging operation but, usually, on a smaller scale. ...
  20. (Impacts) Estimate of the number of actual exposures to advertisements.
  21. (Impacts) Long-term outcomes may be called impacts. Impacts tend to be influenced by external factors as well as program activities, so are more difficult to directly connect to the program activities.
  22. (Impacts) The collective effects, achievements, benefits, or changes brought about by a program or exhibit on its intended audiences or on the environment. Impacts often embody lasting changes, such as improved environmental conditions and changes in the way people think and live.
  23. (Impacts) The degree to which mobility management strategies and programs have changes overall vehicle traffic, traffic congestion, road and parking costs, traffic accidents, etc., compared with what would have occurred otherwise.
  24. (Impacts) The total number of occasions on which a publication/spot will be seen. It is calculated by the aggregate of the average issue readership of all titles in the schedule. This is equivalent to reach multiplied by frequency. Index The index is based on 100. ...
  25. (Impacts) ^2 A company impacts an ecosystem service if the company affects the quantity or quality of the service.