‹ Impact Impaction ›
Meanings and phrases
- wedged or packed in together; wedged
- fracture in which one broken end is wedged into the other broken end
- a disorder in which a tooth is so crowded in its socket that it cannot erupt normally; impaction
- This has negatively impacted the economy and increased poverty rates.
- The trade embargo, lifted in 1999, negatively impacted trade and industry.
- In this area potato fields, cattle and apiculture was negatively impacted.
- The scheme was a disaster; the losses of over £150,000 severely impacted the Scottish commercial system.
- After it, the government instituted a period of fiscal austerity which has severely impacted the economy.
- This ruling severely impacted fishers in the country making Chile lose a valuable trade in Northwest Chile.
- Sessions stated that the DACA-eligible individuals were lawbreakers who adversely impacted the wages and employment of native-born Americans.
- This adversely impacted the work of the Montreal Laboratory, the joint British and Canadian project that was investigating nuclear reactor design.
- This had adversely impacted on the Hall's acoustics, in particular in the area of tone and definition by increasing deflection in the platform area.
- This portion of Euclid Creek appeared to be significantly impacted by nonpoint sources.
- Knowledge of the clitoris is significantly impacted by cultural perceptions of the organ.
- Despite economic diversification, the city was significantly impacted by the Great Recession.