implementverb [ T ]uk /ˈɪm.plɪ.ment/ us /ˈɪm.plə.ment/
- The determination of policy is not your business - your job is to implement it.
- Local councils will be given some leeway as to how they implement the legislation.
- He has been vested with the power/authority to implement whatever changes he sees fit.
- Consultants found the experience frustrating - their reports were only partly implemented, or, worse still, just pigeonholed.
- The country had been slow to implement the new European directive.