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Synonyms for implement
ˈɪm plə mənt; -ˌmɛnt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. implement(verb)

    instrumentation (a piece of equipment or tool) used to effect an end

  2. implement(verb)

    apply in a manner consistent with its purpose or design

    "implement a procedure"

    Synonyms:
    follow out, put through, go through, follow up, follow through, carry out, apply, enforce

  3. enforce, implement, apply(verb)

    ensure observance of laws and rules

    "Apply the rules to everyone";

    Synonyms:
    lend oneself, follow out, carry out, follow through, employ, give, go through, hold, utilise, put on, follow up, use, impose, enforce, practice, put through, utilize, go for, apply

  4. follow through, follow up, follow out, carry out, implement, put through, go through(verb)

    pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue

    "Did he go through with the treatment?"; "He implemented a new economic plan"; "She followed up his recommendations with a written proposal"

    Synonyms:
    follow out, carry out, fulfill, follow through, go across, execute, consume, experience, fulfil, go through, down, follow up, accomplish, carry through, action, run through, enforce, pass, put through, devour, apply, work through, see

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. implement

    A tool is something that is both contrived and used for extending the force of an intelligent agent to something that is to be operated upon. Those things by which pacific and industrial operations are performed are alone properly called tools, those designed for warlike purposes being designated weapons. An instrument is anything through which power is applied and a result produced; in general usage, the word is of considerably wider meaning than tool; as, a piano is a musical instrument. Instrument is the word usually applied to tools used in scientific pursuits; as, we speak of a surgeon's or an optician's instruments. An implement is a mechanical agency considered with reference to some specific purpose to which it is adapted; as, an agricultural implement; implements of war. Implement is a less technical and artificial term than tool. The paw of a tiger might be termed a terrible implement, but not a tool. A utensil is that which may be used for some special purpose; the word is especially applied to articles used for domestic or agricultural purposes; as, kitchen utensils; farming utensils. An appliance is that which is or may be applied to the accomplishment of a result, either independently or as subordinate to something more extensive or important; every mechanical tool is an appliance, but not every appliance is a tool; the traces of a harness are appliances for traction, but they are not tools. Mechanism is a word of wide meaning, denoting any combination of mechanical devices for united action. A machine in the most general sense is any mechanical instrument for the conversion of motion; in this sense a lever is a machine; but in more commonly accepted usage a machine is distinguished from a tool by its complexity, and by the combination and coordination of powers and movements for the production of a result. A chisel by itself is a tool; when it is set so as to be operated by a crank and pitman, the entire mechanism is called a machine; as, a mortising-machine. An apparatus may be a machine, but the word is commonly used for a collection of distinct articles to be used in connection or combination for a certain purpose — a mechanical equipment; as, the apparatus of a gymnasium; especially, for a collection of appliances for some scientific purpose; as, a chemical or surgical apparatus; an apparatus may include many tools, instruments, or implements. Implement is for the most part and utensil is altogether restricted to the literal sense; instrument, machine, and tool have figurative use, instrument being used largely in a good, tool always in a bad sense; machine inclines to the unfavorable sense, as implying that human agents are made mechanically subservient to some controlling will; as, an instrument of Providence; the tool of a tyrant; a political machine.

    Synonyms:
    apparatus, appliance, instrument, machine, mechanism, tool, utensil, weapon

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. implement

    Synonyms:
    instrument, utensil, tool, appliance

    Antonyms:
    labor, work, science, art, manufacture, agriculture

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. implement(n.)

    Synonyms:
    instrument, tool, utensil

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How to use implement in a sentence?

  1. Mike Pence:

    President Trump communicated to him very clearly that the United States of America wants Turkey to stop the invasion, implement an immediate cease-fire and to begin to negotiate with Kurdish forces in Syria to bring an end to the violence.

  2. The California-based company:

    In this rapidly evolving cyber-threat environment, companies should remain free to implement strong encryption to protect customers.

  3. Marie Harf:

    We aren't going to discuss ... publicly, operational details about the possible response options or comment on those kind of reports in anyway except to say that as we implement our responses, some will be seen, some may not be seen.

  4. Paolo Valle:

    People expected Venezuela to implement economic reforms and policy changes, but what we have seen is a political vacuum, any deal (involving China) is going to have clauses and restrictions and the money is not likely to be paid up front.

  5. President Benigno Aquino:

    You would need a large force to implement martial law and there is no guarantee it will produce positive results, it might generate more sympathy for the Abu Sayyaf.

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Translations for implement

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  • نفذ, حقق, نجز, تنفيذArabic
  • выко́нваць, вы́канацьBelarusian
  • uskutečnitCzech
  • teclynWelsh
  • umsetzen, ausführen, durchführen, erfüllen, vollziehen, implementierenGerman
  • herramienta, implementar, implemento, instrumentoSpanish
  • riist, teostamaEstonian
  • اجرا کردنPersian
  • työkalu, toteuttaa, apuväline, panna toimeen, välineFinnish
  • appliquer, instrument, exécuter, établirFrench
  • uirlisIrish
  • cuir an gnìomhScottish Gaelic
  • כלי, כליםHebrew
  • végrehajt, megvalósítHungarian
  • utensilo, realigar, instrumento, implementoIdo
  • implementare, attrezzo, mettere in pratica, utensile, arnese, attuareItalian
  • 実現する, 道具, 実行するJapanese
  • alet, alav, bi cih kirin, ئاڵات, bi cih anîn, amûr, hacet, haletKurdish
  • īstenotLatvian
  • whakatinanaMāori
  • redskapNorwegian
  • hulpmiddel, toepassen, uitwerken, gereedschap, implementerenDutch
  • reiskapNorwegian Nynorsk
  • narzędziePolish
  • implemento, ferramenta, implementar, instrumentoPortuguese
  • средство, реализовывать, инструмент, осуществлять, орудие, претворять в жизнь, прибор, выполнятьRussian
  • instrument, sredstvo, ostvariti, implementirati, realizirati, oruđeSerbo-Croatian
  • redskap, implementeraSwedish
  • tekelezaSwahili
  • అమలుపరచుTelugu
  • araçTurkish
  • 实施Chinese

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