forced or compelled or put in force
"a life of enforced inactivity"; "enforced obedience"
Created in a consistent, systematic manner.
They implemented public policy very effectively and efficiently.Submitted by MaryC on February 29, 2020
Verb form of the word implement.
The change we choose with our unity and love is the change we agreed.Submitted by MaryC on May 5, 2020
The numerical value of implemented in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of implemented in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of implemented in a Sentence
And I believe that, with effort and with bona-fide legitimate intent to solve the problem on both sides, it is possible in these next months to find those Minsk agreements implemented and to get to a place where sanctions can be appropriately, because of the full implementation, removed.
The important thing now is to try and find a way to repair those working relationships, to deal with issues around paramilitaries, to get the Stormont House agreement implemented, also essential, and the way to do that is cross-party talks.
For example, in India and Pakistan, to some extent, there are building codes in place but they are very weakly implemented. You see construction going on, on the sides of landslide-prone mountains or in flood plains, in theory, there's urban planning.
A death sentence will be issued, a death sentence will be implemented. A life sentence will be issued, a life sentence will be implemented.
There are some indications that suggest that the sanctions are creating some difficult conditions for imports, there are already indications that companies and banks and so forth that deal with North Korea are being much more cautious even though the sanctions haven't fully been implemented.
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