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From Late Latin implēmentum (a filling up), from Latin impleō (I fill up).

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Singular
Implement

Plural
Implements

Implement (plural Implements)
  1. A tool or instrument for working with.
    They carried an assortment of gardening implements in the truck.
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From Scottish English or Patrono:Sco[[Category:Patrono:Sco derivations|Implement]] [[implement#Patrono:Sco|implement]] (fulfill)

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  • enPR: ĭmʹplə-mĕnt, IPA: /ˈɪmpləmɛnt/, SAMPA: /"Impl@mEnt/

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Infinitive
to Implement

Third person singular
Implements

Simple past
Implemented

Past participle
Implemented

Present participle
Implementing

to Implement (third-person singular simple present Implements, present participle Implementing, simple past and past participle Implemented)
  1. to bring about; to put into practice
    It’s a good thought, but it will be a difficult thing to implement.
  2. to carry out; to do
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  • Objects: plan, programme, strategy, policy, agreement, order, specification, etc.
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