V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. to put something into practice or effect; 2. to give the tools to do something

Synonyms: effect, execute, complete, carry out, enforce, fulfill

Antonyms: halt

Tips: Implement comes from the Latin implere, "to fill." Think, to fulfill a duty. Implement is a great word to use to denote putting something into action or making something happen. Implement also has a noun form that means "a tool."

Usage Examples:

In my last position, I implemented a number of procedures, all of which saved our company money. (executed, carried out)

Using this cutting implement will make the job easier. (tool) noun

Having an idea is one thing, implementing that idea is a whole other story. (executing, completing)

While at my previous job, I implemented several new procedures that greatly improved our overall efficiency. (executed, carried out)

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