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in·flu·en·tial

 (ĭn′flo͞o-ĕn′shəl)
adj.
Having or exercising influence.
n.
One that is of considerable importance or influence: sought the advice of policy influentials.

in′flu·en′tial·ly adv.
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influential

(ˌɪnflʊˈɛnʃəl)
adj
having or exerting influence
ˌinfluˈentially adv
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in•flu•en•tial

(ˌɪn fluˈɛn ʃəl)

adj.
1. having or exerting influence, esp. great influence.
n.
2. an influential person.
[1560–70]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.influential - having or exercising influence or power; "an influential newspaper"; "influential leadership for peace"
uninfluential - not influential
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influential

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influential

adjective
Having or exercising influence:
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Translations
ذو تأثير، ذو سُلْطَه
vlivný
betydningsfuldindflydelsesrig
befolyásos
sem hefur áhrif; áhrifamikill
vpliven
etkilinüfuzlu

influential

[ˌɪnflʊˈenʃəl] ADJ [person, ideas] → influyente; [organization] → prestigioso
he was influential in securing the loaninfluyó para que se consiguiera el préstamo
he was influential in government circlestenía influencia en círculos gubernamentales
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influential

[ˌɪnfluˈɛnʃəl] adj [person, figure] → influent(e); [role] → influent(e); [book, research] → qui a fait école
It helps to have influential friends → Cela aide d'avoir des amis influents.
She has an influential role within government → Elle joue un rôle influent dans le gouvernement.
to be influential in doing sth
He was influential in shaping economic policy → Cela a été sous son influence que la politique économique a pris forme.
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influential

adjeinflussreich; these factors were influential in my decisiondiese Faktoren haben meine Entscheidung beeinflusst
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influential

[ˌɪnfluˈɛnʃl] adjinfluente
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influence

(ˈinfluəns) noun
1. the power to affect people, actions or events. He used his influence to get her the job; He should not have driven the car while under the influence of alcohol.
2. a person or thing that has this power. She is a bad influence on him.
verb
to have an effect on. The weather seems to influence her moods.
ˌinfluˈential (-ˈenʃəl) adjective
having much influence. He is in quite an influential job; He was influential in getting the plan accepted.
ˌinfluˈentially adverb
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