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effectively

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheffectivelyef‧fec‧tive‧ly /ɪˈfektɪvli/ ●●● S3 W2 adverb  1 EFFECTIVEin a way that produces the result that was intended opp ineffectively Children have to learn to communicate effectively.2 IN FACTused to describe what you see as the real facts of the situation syn in effect[sentence adverb] Effectively, it has become impossible for us to help. Most of the urban poor are effectively excluded from politics.
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effectivelyUnlike many academics, Rice can communicate her knowledge effectively.Even a large carrier, he warned, could be quickly and effectively disabled by a few bomb hits.Therefore, it effectively discourages safety innovations.The interest payments you make to the fund are effectively paid back to the members of the Scheme as pensions later.Consider using an electric toothbrush, which removes plaque more effectively than a traditional one.This is so we can respond effectively to the needs of our clients.The only tasks where high success rates were obtained were those where the pupil can effectively treat decimals as whole numbers.
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