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(slightly constructy but) in PLC, ABC, GR
Editor: In some contexts, "have an effect" doesn't convey the meaning very well, I feel.
the test of any religious or philosophical concept is how well it can be applied in real life.
Expectations of children's support are even lower. Obviously the old adage "raise children to provide against old age" is no longer operative.
Time dilation works both ways.
# 起作用 起作用 [qi3 zuo4 yong4] /to have an effect/
+ 起作用 起作用 [qi3 zuo4 yong4] /to have an effect/to play a role/to be operative/to work/to function/