implement meaning

[ 'implimənt ] Pronunciation:   "implement" in a sentence
Verb: implement  'implu`ment
  1. Apply in a manner consistent with its purpose or design
    "implement a procedure" 
  2. Ensure observance of laws and rules
    - enforce, apply 
  3. Pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue
    "He implemented a new economic plan"
    - follow through, follow up, follow out, carry out, put through, go through
Noun: implement  implumunt
  1. Instrumentation (a piece of equipment or tool) used to effect an end

Derived forms: implemented, implements, implementing

See also: implemental, implementation

Type of: apply, compel, complete, employ, finish, instrumentality, instrumentation, obligate, oblige, use, utilise [Brit], utilize

Encyclopedia: Implement


[Business]
verb [+ obj]

1

to make sth that has been officially decided start to happen or be used:

The banks have agreed to implement measures to improve customer information.

These changes will be implemented over a five-year period.

to implement changes/measures/reforms to implement a decision/plan/policy/strategy to implement sth extensively/fully/successfully

2 (IT )

to introduce or start to use a new system:

We have implemented the software across our distribution network.

implementation // noun [U,C]:

the successful implementation of new technology

software implementations

Examples

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  1. they ordered quantities of farm implements.
  2. that store deals in farm implements.
  3. he is a most useful implement to us everywhere.
  4. his implements multiplied.
  5. primitive man hunted wild animals with crude stone implements.

Related Words

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