Meaning of IMPLEMENT in English

IMPLEMENT

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ agricultural , farm , farming , garden , gardening , kitchen , surgical

▪ cooking , digging , writing , etc.

▪ sharp

Make sure that all sharp ~s have covers.

▪ flint , metal , stone , wooden

II.

verb

ADVERB

▪ correctly , fully , properly

These policies have never been fully ~ed.

▪ partially

▪ consistently , systematically

▪ actually

The proposed changes were never actually ~ed.

▪ widely

These reforms have now been widely ~ed in schools.

▪ globally , locally , nationally

▪ effectively , successfully

▪ immediately , quickly

VERB + IMPLEMENT

▪ agree to , decide to , intend to , promise to

▪ attempt to , seek to , try to

▪ fail to

The government failed to ~ the plan.

▪ refuse to

▪ be forced to , be obliged to

▪ be difficult to , be hard to

The decision was hard to ~.

PHRASES

▪ easily ~ed

It's a simple, easily ~ed system.

▪ poorly ~ed

a poorly ~ed strategy

Implement is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ approach , ↑ change , ↑ control , ↑ curriculum , ↑ decision , ↑ directive , ↑ guideline , ↑ idea , ↑ initiative , ↑ law , ↑ measure , ↑ method , ↑ penalty , ↑ plan , ↑ policy , ↑ practice , ↑ procedure , ↑ programme , ↑ project , ↑ recommendation , ↑ reform , ↑ resolution , ↑ safeguard , ↑ scheme , ↑ strategy , ↑ suggestion , ↑ system , ↑ technique , ↑ technology , ↑ vision

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