What Does Cause and Effect Mean?

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A cause is the reason why something happens. Such as if a deer runs out in front of you while you are driving, you will slam on the brakes. The effect is what happens because of the cause. So when you slammed on your brakes, your tires stopped revolving and the car comes to a stop.
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cause-and-ef·fect
[kawz-uhnd-i-fekt, -uhn-]
ADJECTIVE
1.
noting a relationship between actions or events such that one or more are the result of the other or others.
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