Definitions for take effect
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word take effect
go into effect or become effective or operative
"The new law will take effect next month"
to become active; to become effective
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The new constitution has a fixed election date and that will take effect as soon as the president signs.
As the (fiscal) measures take effect, and Congress approves them, confidence will return, we need to have a little patience.
As the the authors of this letter must know, the vast majority of our international commitments take effect without Congressional approval.
We expect the ceasefire to take effect in full from Dec. 9 ... The ceasefire was announced before. It led to a considerable easing in violence but not to a full (halt of fighting).
This shows that previous stimulus policies have begun to take effect, while the economic structure steadily improved, the economy has started to show signs of stabilizing, reducing the need for a further stimulus.
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