implement verb

ADV. fully, properly These policies have never been fully implemented. | partially | adequately | actually The proposed changes were never actually implemented. | widely These reforms have now been widely implemented in schools. | effectively, successfully | quickly

VERB + IMPLEMENT agree to, decide to, intend to, promise to | attempt to, seek to, try to | fail to The government failed to implement the plan. | refuse to | be forced to, be obliged to | be difficult to, be hard to The decision will be difficult to implement.