effective

effective
adjective
1) (having an effect) wirksam [Mittel]; effektiv [Maßnahmen]

be effective — [Arzneimittel:] wirken

2) (in operation) gültig

effective from/as of — mit Wirkung von

the law is effective as from 1 September — das Gesetz tritt ab 1. September in Kraft od. wird ab 1. September wirksam

3) (powerful in effect) überzeugend [Rede, Redner, Worte]
4) (striking) wirkungsvoll; effektvoll
5) (existing) wirklich, tatsächlich [Hilfe]; effektiv [Gewinn, Umsatz]
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[-tiv]
adjective
1) (having power to produce, or producing, a desired result: These new teaching methods have proved very effective.) wirkungsvoll
2) (striking or pleasing: an effective display of flowers.) eindrucksvoll
3) (in operation; working; active: The new law becomes effective next week.) rechtsgültig
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ef·fec·tive
[ɪˈfektɪv]
adj
1. (competent) fähig, kompetent
he was an \effective speaker er war ein guter Redner
2. (achieving the desired effect) wirksam, effektiv; (successful) erfolgreich
\effective medicine wirksames Medikament
the medicine was \effective in lowering the fever das Medikament hat das Fieber gesenkt
the treatment hasn't been very \effective die Behandlung hat wenig Wirkung gezeigt
3. (real) tatsächlich, wirklich
she's in \effective control of the office sie ist die eigentliche Leiterin der Geschäftsstelle
4. (operative) gültig; law [rechts]wirksam
\effective date Stichtag m, Gültigkeitsdatum nt
to become \effective law [rechts]wirksam werden, in Kraft treten
5. (striking) effektvoll, wirkungsvoll
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[I'fektɪv]
adj
1) (= successful) way, method, action, measures effektiv, wirksam; means, treatment, vaccine, deterrent wirksam; strategy, policy, government, politician effektiv

to be effective in pain relief — Schmerzlinderung bewirken

to be effective in doing sth — bewirken, dass etw geschieht

to be effective against sth (drug) — gegen etw wirken

2) (= striking) decoration, pattern, combination wirkungsvoll

to look effective — wirkungsvoll aussehen, gut wirken

3) (= actual) control, increase effektiv, tatsächlich; (ECON, FIN) demand, interest rate effektiv, tatsächlich; leader eigentlich; income wirklich, tatsächlich

they have effective control of the area — sie haben das Gebiet praktisch unter Kontrolle

4) (= operative) wirksam, in Kraft

a new law, effective from or becoming effective on 1 August — ein neues Gesetz, das am 1. August in Kraft tritt

effective date — Inkrafttreten nt

5) (MIL) troops einsatzbereit
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effective [ıˈfektıv]
A adj (adv effectively)
1. effektiv, wirksam, erfolgreich:
be effective wirken, Erfolg haben ( A 3);
effective range MIL wirksame Schussweite
2. eindrucks-, wirkungs-, effektvoll
3. JUR (rechts)wirksam, (-)gültig, rechtskräftig:
be effective in Kraft sein, gültig oder wirksam sein ( A 1);
become effective in Kraft treten, gültig oder wirksam werden;
effective date Tag m des Inkrafttretens;
effective from (oder as of) mit Wirkung vom
4. tatsächlich, wirklich, effektiv:
effective money Bargeld n;
effective salary Effektivgehalt n;
effective strength MIL Ist-Stärke f
5. MIL diensttauglich, kampffähig, einsatzbereit
6. TECH effektiv, tatsächlich, wirklich, Nutz…:
effective output tatsächliche Leistung;
effective resistance ELEK Wirkwiderstand m
B s MIL
a) einsatzfähiger Soldat
b) Ist-Stärke f
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adjective
1) (having an effect) wirksam [Mittel]; effektiv [Maßnahmen]

be effective — [Arzneimittel:] wirken

2) (in operation) gültig

effective from/as of — mit Wirkung von

the law is effective as from 1 September — das Gesetz tritt ab 1. September in Kraft od. wird ab 1. September wirksam

3) (powerful in effect) überzeugend [Rede, Redner, Worte]
4) (striking) wirkungsvoll; effektvoll
5) (existing) wirklich, tatsächlich [Hilfe]; effektiv [Gewinn, Umsatz]
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adj.
effizient adj.
wirksam adj.
wirkungsvoll adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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