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effectuate

verb as in effect

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The bill requires any crypto “broker,” defined as anyone “responsible for and regularly providing any service effectuating transfers of digital assets on behalf of another person,” to report users’ names and addresses.

From Quartz

Use of forcePolice may use force only when, “under the totality of circumstances,” it is “necessary and proportional to prevent an imminent threat of physical injury to a person or to effectuate a legitimate law enforcement objective.”

The players’ suit also argued that the NBA and ABA sought “to effectuate a non-competition agreement, merger or consolidation.”

From Time

And awareness is the first step in the process of building a critical mass to effectuate change on issues.

The general purpose of the loan is to effectuate the objects of the voyage and the safety of the ship.

From that moment to this, he has been industriously engaged to endeavor to effectuate the purposes of Congress.

Also a committee of three to report such measures as shall be deemed best calculated to effectuate the objects of the charter.

We could have no way so good to effectuate that which was the common desire, as to bring in another in his room.

What happens when they must and yet cannot effectuate such adaptation?

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to effectuate, such as: accomplish, achieve, cause, create, execute, and generate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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