implemented[ noun im-pluh-muh nt; verb im-pluh-ment, -muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF implemented
Synonyms for implemented | verbstart, put into action
- carry out
- bring about
- make good
- make possible
- provide the means
- put into effect
Antonyms for implemented | verbstart, put into action
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPLEMENTED
All the changes specified by this errata have already been implemented in the etext.
It will be several years before the complete revised programs can be implemented.
They have, however, implemented it with a Japanese officer known as the Kanjikan, who is supposed to advise his Chinese colleague.
The introduction of fiscally oriented capital controls (as Chile has implemented) is one possibility.
How then could His word be said to be implemented when so many of the original inhabitants remained?
By October 1952 it had been implemented at an estimated cost of two million human lives: the landlords.
Where a single footnote is referenced more than once, the backwards link to the anchor has not been implemented.
Experiences, including successes and failures, illustrate some of the potential of Rapid Dominance if implemented effectively.
It seems to me how the policy is implemented is something for the particular case.
This arrangement is implemented through a licensing system operated under a voluntary agreement with Danish shipowners.