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influence 的同义词

(名词) 
Definition
power resulting from ability, wealth, or position
As he grew older, she had less influence and couldn't control him.
同义词
control
The first aim of his government would be to establish control over the republic's territory.
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power
women who have reached positions of great power and influence
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authority
The judge has no authority to order a second trial.
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direction
The house was built under the direction of his partner.
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command
the struggle for command of the air
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domination
They had five centuries of domination by the Romans.
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supremacy
The president asserted his supremacy over the prime minister.
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mastery
a region where humans have gained mastery over the major rivers
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ascendancy
The extremists are gaining ascendancy.
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mana (New Zealand)
a leader of great mana and influence
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(名词) 
Definition
the power of a person or thing to have such an effect
They should continue to use their influence for the release of all hostages.
同义词
power
the power of his rhetoric
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force
He changed our world through the force of his ideas.
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pull (informal)
Using all his pull in parliament, he obtained the necessary papers.
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weight
That argument no longer carries much weight.
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strength
They have their own independence movement which is gathering strength.
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connections
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importance
He was too puffed up with his own importance to accept the verdict.
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prestige
Her work gained her international prestige.
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clout (informal)
The two firms wield enormous clout in financial markets.
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leverage
My position affords me the leverage to get things done.
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good offices
(名词) 
Definition
an effect of one person or thing on another
Many other medications have an influence on cholesterol levels.
同义词
effect
The whole effect is cool, light and airy
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impact
They expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the country's future.
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impression
She gave no sign that his charm had made any impression on her.
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sway
How can mothers keep daughters under their sway?
(名词) 
I fell under the influence of a history master.
同义词
spell
The King also falls under her spell.
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hold
It's always useful to have a hold over people.
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rule
the winding-up of British rule over the territory
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magic
The singer believes he can still regain some of his old magic.
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magnetism
There was no doubting the animal magnetism of the man.
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enchantment
an effective countercharm against enchantment by the faerie folk
(动词) 
Definition
to have an effect upon (actions or events)
What you eat may influence your risk of getting cancer.
同义词
affect
Millions of people have been affected by the drought.
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have an effect on
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have an impact on
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concern
This matter doesn't concern you, so stay out of it.
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direct
She will direct day-to-day operations.
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guide
He should have let his instinct guide him.
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impact on
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bear upon
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impinge upon
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act or work upon
(动词) 
Definition
to persuade or induce
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
同义词
persuade
My husband persuaded me to come.
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move
The hearings moved me to come up with these suggestions.
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prompt
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
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induce
I would do anything to induce them to stay.
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incline
the factors which incline us towards particular beliefs
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dispose
theologies which dispose their adherents to fanaticism
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arouse
His work has aroused intense interest.
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sway
Don't ever be swayed by fashion.
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rouse
It roused a feeling of rebellion in her.
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entice
Retailers will try almost anything to entice shoppers through their doors.
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coax
After lunch she coaxed him into talking about himself.
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incite
He incited his fellow citizens to take revenge.
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instigate
The violence was instigated by ex-members of the secret police.
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predispose
Some factors predispose certain individuals to criminal behaviour.
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impel
I felt impelled to go on speaking.
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prevail upon
(动词) 
Her attempt to influence the Press rebounded.
同义词
carry weight with
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cut any ice with (informal)
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pull strings with (informal)
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bring pressure to bear upon
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make yourself felt with

其他同义词

in the sense of arouse
Definition
to produce (a reaction, emotion, or response)
His work has aroused intense interest.
同义词
stir up,
whip up,
summon up,
call forth
in the sense of ascendancy
Definition
the condition of being dominant
The extremists are gaining ascendancy.
in the sense of authority
Definition
the power to command, control, or judge others
The judge has no authority to order a second trial.

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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