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have a knock-on effect (on something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a knock-on effect (on something)have a knock-on effect (on something)British EnglishRESULT to start a process in which everything that happens causes something else to happen These price rises will have a knock-on effect on the economy. knock-on
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