effectiveness vs effectivity what difference

what is difference between effectiveness and effectivity

English

Etymology

effective +‎ -ness

Pronunciation

Noun

effectiveness (countable and uncountable, plural effectivenesses)

  1. The property of being effective, of achieving results.
    The effectiveness of the drug was well established.
  2. The capacity or potential for achieving results.
  3. The degree to which something achieves results.
    He questioned the effectiveness of the treatment.
    • 2013, Phil McNulty, “[1]”, BBC Sport, 1 September 2013:
      United were having more possession but a sign of the effectiveness of Liverpool’s defence was that it took the visitors 76 minutes to force Mignolet into serious action, when he dived to punch away a shot from substitute Nani.

Related terms

  • effect
  • effective
  • effectivity
  • effector
  • effectual
  • effectuate
  • efficacious
  • efficacity
  • efficacy
  • efficiency
  • efficient

Translations



English

Etymology

effective +‎ -ity

Noun

effectivity (countable and uncountable, plural effectivities)

  1. (uncountable) The ability or power to be effective.
  2. (countable) A measure of the effectiveness of something.
  3. (countable) [Technical documentation] An indication of the product, procedure, or timescale for which an item of information is applicable or effective.

Related terms

  • effect
  • effective
  • effectiveness
  • effector
  • effectual
  • effectuate
  • efficacious
  • efficacity
  • efficacy
  • efficiency
  • efficient

Translations

See also

  • effectively

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