Adjective "implement" definition and examples

(Implement may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈɪmplɪm(ə)nt/implementVerb/ˈɪmplɪmɛnt/

Definitions and examples

noun

A tool, utensil, or other piece of equipment that is used for a particular purpose.
  1. 'Others were gardening, armed with clippers and other sharp implements.'
  2. 'The store sells clothing, household goods, small furniture and garden implements.'
  3. 'From the dawn of stone age implements to the height of culinary technique, man has enjoyed his soup.'
  4. 'The stalls mostly sold such things as agricultural implements, live chickens and vegetables.'
  5. 'Today, artists can use various implements to cut the blocks of wood.'
  6. 'A writer needs basically a space, a writing implement and some paper.'
  7. 'Thousands of people came from all sides armed with implements of destruction.'
  8. 'First, the implements of war would undergo a major technological change.'
  9. 'The violence can be all too real with hammers, bombs and household implements being used to exact revenge.'
  10. 'On the porch of the museum are steam locomotives, municipal vehicles and agricultural implements.'
Performance of an obligation.

    verb

    Put (a decision, plan, agreement, etc.) into effect.
    1. 'The evidence based policies implemented by several governments in the West have not been widely introduced here.'
    2. 'He said all government-sponsored schemes would be implemented at the grassroots level.'
    3. 'But, apparently, work was never done to properly implement the program.'
    4. 'The final part of the plan was never fully implemented primarily due to the speed of the Russian advance.'
    5. 'Such policies were implemented using schools as the primary vehicle to maintain and revive the Irish language.'
    6. 'The plan should be fair, transparent, land-based and implemented in a fair manner.'
    7. 'First, it can be easily implemented on a wide-scale basis in primary health care facilities.'
    8. 'Wireless devices and networks must be properly planned and implemented to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of data.'
    9. 'He added there was also the risk that the two sides may fail to properly implement the programme.'
    10. 'Our two-color scheme is easily implemented using conventional continuous wave excitation.'

    More definitions

    1. any article used in some activity, especially an instrument, tool, or utensil: agricultural implements.

    2. an article of equipment, as household furniture, clothing, ecclesiastical vestments, or the like.

    3. a means; agent: human beings as an implement of divine plan. verb (used with object)

    4. to fulfill; perform; carry out: Once in office, he failed to implement his campaign promises.

    5. to put into effect according to or by means of a definite plan or procedure.

    6. to fi

    More examples(as adjective)

    "everyones can be implement in/at/on ways."

    "everyones can be implement in metaphors."

    "proposals can be implement."

    "markets can be implement."

    "controllers can be implement."

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    Origin

    Late Middle English (in the sense ‘article of furniture, equipment, or dress’): partly from medieval Latin implementa (plural), partly from late Latin implementum ‘filling up, fulfilment’, both from Latin implere ‘fill up’ (later ‘employ’), from in- ‘in’ + Latin plere ‘fill’. The verb dates from the early 18th century.