English → English - influence

n. effect, impact, action of a person or thing which affects another; person or thing which has power to affect others; use of personal connections to manipulate people or events
v. affect, impact; impel, control
n. influence, weight, induction; exertion, leverage; potency, standing

English → Spanish - influence

s. influencia, ascendencia, ascendiente, control, dominio, factor, influjo, injerencia, preponderancia, prevalencia
v. influenciar, afectar, ejercer influencia sobre, hacer mella en, incidir en, inducir, influir en, sugestionar

English → French - influence

n. influence, impact; effet; action; autorité; induction
v. influencer, influer; avoir de l'impact sur; contrôler

English → German - influence

n. Einfluss; Einflusskraft; Ausübung von Einfluss
v. beeinflussen, Einfluss ausüben

English → Indonesian - influence

n. pengaruh, wibawa
v. mempengaruhi

English → Italian - influence

s. influenza, influsso, ascendente; persona influente, autorità; (El) induzione
v. influenzare; influire su, esercitare un influsso su

English → Polish - influence

n. wpływ, wpływanie, nacisk, działanie, oddziaływanie, protekcja, autorytet, protegowanie, indukcja {fiz.}
v. wpłynąć, działać, oddziaływać, wpływać

English → Portuguese - influence

s. influência; poder, autoridade; crédito; influxo (eletricidade)
v. influenciar; ativar

English → Romanian - influence

n. influenţă, trecere, autoritate, factor influent, forţă, inducţie
v. influenţa, înrâuri

English → Russian - influence

с. влияние, воздействие, действие, лицо, фактор
г. влиять, оказывать влияние

English → Turkish - influence

f. etkilemek, tesir etmek, söz geçirmek, etkili olmak, ikna etmek
i. etki, tesir, nüfuz, torpil

English → Ukrainian - influence

n. вплив, впливовий: впливова особа, наплинок
v. впливати, нахилити, нахиляти

French → English - influence

(f) n. influence, weight, induction; exertion, leverage; potency, standing

English → Dutch - influence

zn. invloed; iemand die invloed uitoefent, invloedrijk; onder invloed van alcohol
ww. beïnvloeden

English → Greek - influence

ουσ. επήρεια, επιρροή
ρήμ. επηρεάζω, επιδρώ

French → Spanish - influence

1. (général) influencia (f); manipulación (f); influencia (f)
2. (politique) influencia (f); poder (m)

French → German - influence

n. einwirkung, einfluss

French → Italian - influence

1. (général) influenza (f); influsso (m); manipolazione (f); condizionamento (m)
2. (politique) potere (m)

French → Portuguese - influence

1. (général) influência (f); manipulação (f); influência (f)
2. (politique) poder (m); influência (f)

French → Russian - influence

n. влияние (f), действие (f), воздействие (f)

French → Turkish - influence

[la] etki; nüfuz; işlem

French → Dutch - influence

1. (général) invloed (m); manipulatie (f); beïnvloeding (f)
2. (politique) macht (m/f); invloed (m)

English → Arabic - influence

‏تأثير نفوذ، سلطة، تدخل غير مشروع، عامل مؤثر، نفوذ، التأثير، فعالية‏
‏أثر، أثر في‏

English → Chinese - influence

(名) 影响; 势力; 感化
(动) 影响; 改变

English → Chinese - influence

(名) 影響; 勢力; 感化
(動) 影響; 改變

English → Hindi - influence

n. प्रभाव, प्रतिष्ठा, शक्ति, बोलबाला, रंग
v. पाभाव डालना, प्रवृत्त करना

English → Japanese - influence

(動) 影響を及ぼす; 左右する
(名) 影響; 影響力; 声望

English → Korean - influence

명. 영향, 효과; 영향을 주는 것 또는 사람; 인맥을 이용하는 것
동. ...에 영향을 미치다; 촉구하다, 몰아치다

English → Vietnamese - influence

n. ảnh hưởng, thế lực
v. làm có ảnh hưởng

Definition of influence

1. The power to affect, control or manipulate something or someone; the ability to change the development of fluctuating things such as conduct, thoughts or decisions.
I have absolutely no influence over him.
2. An action exerted by a person or thing with such power on another to cause change.
I'm not able to exercise influence over him.
3. A person or thing exerting such power or action.
He has been a great influence on the voters during the elections.
4. An element believed to determine someone's character or individual tendencies, caused by the position of the stars and planets at the time of one's birth.
5. The action of flowing in; influx.
6. Electrostatic induction.
7. To affect by gentle action; to exert an influence upon; to modify, bias, or sway; to persuade or induce.
The politician wants to influence the public.
I must admit that this book influenced my outlook on life.
8. To exert, make use of one's influence.
9. To cause to flow in or into; infuse; instill.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: influencing
Present: influence (3.person: influences)
Past: influenced
Future: will influence
Present conditional: would influence
Present Perfect: have influenced (3.person: has influenced)
Past Perfect: had influenced
Future Perfect: will have influenced
Past conditional: would have influenced
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