implementation

[im-pluh-muhn-tey-shuhn, ‐men‐]
noun
the act of implementing, or putting into effect; fulfillment: The implementation of policies to conserve energy will involve personal sacrifice.

Origin:
implement + -ation

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implement
 
n
1.  a piece of equipment; tool or utensil: gardening implements
2.  something used to achieve a purpose; agent
 
vb
3.  to carry out; put into action; perform: to implement a plan
4.  archaic to complete, satisfy, or fulfil
 
[C17: from Late Latin implēmentum, literally: a filling up, from Latin implēre to fill up, satisfy, fulfil]
 
imple'mental
 
adj
 
implemen'tation
 
n
 
'implementer
 
n
 
'implementor
 
n

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Example sentences
Projects must also show a strong level of local community involvement in their
  planning, governance, and implementation.
The games have added impetus to a number of policies and projects, likely
  boosting odds for the bag ban's implementation.
The next step for the new austerity measures is implementation, and that may
  face strong opposition as well.
It has already agitated consumers since its implementation earlier this month.
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