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verb as in hit with force

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The last thing to think about is the environmental impact of actually using the product.

The findings are part of a 2019 National Geographic expedition that studied climate impacts on the Himalayas.

One way to understand the impact of this loss is to compare it with the number of people who live in your town, city or county.

Without the impact of the coronavirus, greenhouse gas emissions this year would have been only 1 percent lower than 2019, the organization says.

Like most big men who enter the NBA as teenagers, Wiseman will probably struggle to be an impact player in the 2021 playoffs.

In the gloom the flash of missiles impacting in the distance heartened them.

Now some are saying it is already negatively impacting consumer behavior.

This is the goal of our conversation today, how corporate innovation is actually impacting social innovation.

The MiniChess program builds a foundation for future learning, especially impacting math and life-skills development.

Do the American people believe population growth is impacting the disappearance of wildlife?

The direct, proximate, or necessary function of the hammer in normal operation is impacting.

The evolution or revolution of information technology is impacting everything we do and how we do it on a worldwide basis.

The result seen in Fig. 303 is obtained by impacting the horizontal or twined series of threads.

He spread his feet, braced his shoulders and chest to the impacting masses of words, and waited.

They do not coat the infantile matter with a hard or impacting envelope.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impacting, such as: jolt, smash, crash, clash, register, and collide.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.