Words in the news – Implement

implement (IM pla munt) The verb implement means to make something that has been official decided (an idea, plan, system, policy, etc) to start to happen or be used.

implement

    Politicians formulate policies and we implement them,’’ Gen Anupong said.

    He said his government was preparing to implement a regional health programme throughout the country.

    Court decisions in the country are often not implemented and human rights do not exist.

    Only FIFA, football’s governing body, has real power to implement change.

    Source – http://readbangkokpost.com/wordoftheday/

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