impact (up)on (someone or something)

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impact (up)on (someone or something)

To affect or influence someone or something. Of course your decision impacts on me—I'm your wife! Don't worry, your grade on that assignment won't impact upon your overall grade for the semester.
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impact (up)on someone or something

[for something] to have an effect on someone or something. (Upon is formal and less commonly used than on.) This plant closing will impact upon the local economy for years to come. The day's troubles impacted on Rachel quite seriously.
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impact on

v.
To have an effect on someone or something: The results of the election will impact on upcoming legislation.
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But the two signings are not set to impact upon one another despite both being central midfielders as Solskjaer has clear plans for both players.
(2008) noted that stress management interventions have the potential to promote more positive health outcomes, and numerous techniques to manage stress and reduce negative impact upon one's health have been developed and tested.
Dixon's writing draws from primary documents--especially the popular press and letters written among members and their enemies--to unfold the story like a fascinating pop up book, making multi-dimensional the people who shaped Theosophy and their impact upon one another.
Magical realism doesn't capture the character of this poetic and intelligent novel: its blurring of current events and myth is more subtle, more realistically grounded, even if its cumulative effect is to convey an uncanny sense that the spirit and natural worlds do impact upon one another, though we might misidentify spirits with labels from psychology.
"The aforementioned trends in research are developing jointly and impact upon one another.