impact

01. Changes in the American economy generally have a serious [impact] on the economy in Mexico.
02. The downturn in the European economy is sure to have an [impact] on the American economy as well.
03. Georgina made an [impact] within her first month on the job.
04. All the extra-terrestrials were killed by the [impact] when their spaceship slammed into the Eiffel Tower.
05. The bumpers on this car can withstand [impacts] of up to 20 km/h without damage.
06. The craters on the moon were created by the [impact] of meteorites.
07. The sudden death of the CEO had a serious [impact] on the company.
08. Anita Roddick once observed that if you think you're too small to have an [impact], try going to bed with a mosquito.
09. Economic trends have an especially severe [impact] on adolescents who are trying to become independent.
10. The [impact] of the media is just one of many influences that shape a child's attitudes and behaviors.
11. The [impact] of violent video games on children is an issue of concern to many parents.
12. The color combination with the strongest visual [impact] is black on yellow.
13. When the Apollo 12 astronauts landed on the moon, the [impact] caused the moon's surface to vibrate for 55 minutes, leading geologists to theorize that the moon's surface is composed of fragile layers of rock.
14. Automobile airbags inflate in the event of a sudden [impact].
15. Pregnant women should avoid sports with a high risk for falls or [impact], such as skiing or horseback riding.
16. The kind of food we eat makes a huge [impact] on our health.
17. A report released after the terrorist attack on the WTC stated that the structure of the buildings responded surprisingly well to the [impact] of the planes.
18. Of all the religions that were introduced to Indonesia, Hinduism has made the greatest [impact].
19. European diseases had a devastating [impact] on the native people of Guatemala.
20. International oil and cocoa prices have considerable [impact] on the economy of Cameroon.
21. African cultural expressions have been greatly [impacted] by the effects of colonialism.
22. Regular exercise has a substantial positive [impact] on physical and psychological health.
23. The construction of roads along the stream to carry logging trucks into the forest is seriously [impacting] important salmon habitat.
24. One of the only ways the surface of the moon can be modified is by the [impact] of meteorites coming from space.

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  • impact — [ ɛ̃pakt ] n. m. • 1824; lat. impactum, supin de impingere « heurter » 1 ♦ Collision, heurt. Sous l impact d un projectile. POINT D IMPACT : endroit où le projectile vient frapper, et par ext. trace qu il laisse. 2 ♦ (v. 1965) Effet d une action… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • IMPACT — (engl. „Stoß“, „Einschlag“, „Wirkung“) steht für: den Einschlag eines Himmelskörpers, siehe Impakt die wahrgenommene Differenz an Informationsgehalt vor und nach der Übermittlung einer Information, siehe Impact (Kommunikationswissenschaft) eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Impact — (engl. „Stoß“, „Einschlag“, „Wirkung“ bzw. lat. impactus, PPP von impingere = einschlagen) steht für: den Einschlag eines Himmelskörpers, siehe Impakt die wahrgenommene Differenz an Informationsgehalt vor und nach der Übermittlung einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • impact — n Impact, impingement, collision, clash, shock, concussion, percussion, jar, jolt mean a forcible or enforced contact between two or more things, especially a contact so violent as to affect seriously one or the other or all of the persons or… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • impact — IMPÁCT, impacturi, s.n. 1. (livr.) Ciocnire a două sau mai multor corpuri. 2. Influenţă, înrâurire a unei idei, a unei lucrări etc. asupra unei persoane, asupra evenimentelor etc. 3. Şoc; surpriză. – Din fr. impact, lat. impactus. Trimis de gall …   Dicționar Român

  • Impact — Categoría Sans serif Diseñador(es) Geoffrey Lee Empresa Stephenso …   Wikipedia Español

  • impact — The literal meaning of the noun is ‘the action of one body coming forcibly into contact with another’, and refers to physical collision. The figurative meaning ‘strong effect or influence’ is justifiable when there is a corresponding figurative… …   Modern English usage

  • Impact FM — est une radio lyonnaise diffusant ses programmes uniquement sur Lyon et sa région. Elle diffuse les plus grands succès des années 1960, 1970 et 1980. Voir aussi Les Indépendants Lien externe Site de la radio Ce document provient de « Impact FM » …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Impact — Impact, TX U.S. town in Texas Population (2000): 39 Housing Units (2000): 16 Land area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Impact, TX — U.S. town in Texas Population (2000): 39 Housing Units (2000): 16 Land area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.086631 sq. miles (0.224374 sq. km) FIPS code:… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • impact — [n1] collision, force appulse, bang, blow, bounce, brunt, buffet, bump, clash, concussion, contact, crash, crunch, crush, encounter, hit, impingement, jar, jolt, jounce, kick, knock, meeting, percussion, pound, punch, quake, quiver, ram, rap,… …   New thesaurus

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