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Noun(1) a power to affect persons or events especially power based on prestige etc(2) causing something without any direct or apparent effort(3) a cognitive factor that tends to have an effect on what you do(4) the effect of one thing (or person(5) one having power to influence another
Verb(1) have and exert influence or effect(2) shape or influence; give direction to(3) induce into action by using one's charm
(1) Frank was a good influence on her(2) Local interests did not need formal representation to exert effective influence over officials.(3) We do not know the relative contributions of heritability and environmental influence on abusive behaviours.(4) Another important influence over the development of parents' groups has been the media.(5) television has a lot of influence on children(6) The true and abiding interest of the battle is derived from is moral effect, from its influence on the people of the Netherlands.(7) Watching Pete bowl was exciting and probably had an influence on my game.(8) Even though he was probably a bad influence on me, he was fun to be around.(9) Audience participation and influence over media content development is still exceedingly limited.(10) I was still under the influence of my parents(11) As gender biases fade, women in positions of power, influence , and responsibility will enjoy greater acceptance.(12) You will increase your influence and prestige through contact with politicians.(13) Thanks to the refraction of the magnetic field-characteristics, under the influence of the magnetic inductivity with a larger tangential component, the flipping of the flip plates becomes stable.(14) The streams and rivers that have such an influence on our lives are likewise affected by all our actions.(15) They are right that companies have great influence over politicians and that corporate behaviour needs limits and controls.(16) It is common knowledge that Filipino women exercise considerable power and influence .
(1) bad influence :: dylanwad drwg
1. effect ::
2. example to ::
enghraifft er mwyn
3. power ::
4. affect ::
5. sway ::
6. act upon ::
7. tempt ::
8. mold ::
Different Formsinfluence, influenced, influences, influencing
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