carry+into+effect

  • 1carry into effect — To accomplish • • • Main Entry: ↑carry * * * carry into effect see ↑effect, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑carry …

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  • 2carry into effect — index comply, consummate, discharge (perform), effectuate, enforce, execute (accomplish), fulfi …

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  • 3carry into effect — v. execute, carry out; put into action; implement …

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  • 4carry something into effect — put/bring/carry/something into effect phrase to start to use a plan or idea so that it becomes real and has practical results I hope the government will put the report’s main recommendations into effect. Thesaurus: to carry out a plansynonym Mai …

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  • 5put into effect — verb To implement; to execute; to carry out …

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  • 6put something into effect — put/bring/carry/something into effect phrase to start to use a plan or idea so that it becomes real and has practical results I hope the government will put the report’s main recommendations into effect. Thesaurus: to carry out a plansynonym Mai …

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  • 7bring something into effect — put/bring/carry/something into effect phrase to start to use a plan or idea so that it becomes real and has practical results I hope the government will put the report’s main recommendations into effect. Thesaurus: to carry out a plansynonym Mai …

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  • 8carry out — Synonyms and related words: abide by, adhere to, administer, administrate, apply, be responsible for, bring about, bring off, bring to effect, bring to pass, carry into effect, carry into execution, carry off, carry on, carry through, come… …

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  • 9carry off — Synonyms and related words: abduce, abduct, accomplish, achieve, annihilate, bear the palm, bereave of life, bring about, bring off, bring through, bring to effect, bring to pass, capture, carry, carry away, carry into effect, carry into… …

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  • 10carry through — Synonyms and related words: abide, abide by, adhere to, administer, be patient, be responsible for, bear with composure, bring about, bring off, bring to effect, bring to pass, carry into effect, carry into execution, carry off, carry on, carry… …

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  • 11carry — v. & n. v. ( ies, ied) 1 tr. support or hold up, esp. while moving. 2 tr. convey with one from one place to another. 3 tr. have on one s person (carry a watch). 4 tr. conduct or transmit (pipe carries water; wire carries electric current). 5 tr.… …

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  • 12effect — n. & v. n. 1 the result or consequence of an action etc. 2 efficacy (had little effect). 3 an impression produced on a spectator, hearer, etc. (lights had a pretty effect; my words had no effect). 4 (in pl.) property, luggage. 5 (in pl.) the… …

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  • 13effect — ef·fect 1 n 1: something that is produced by an agent or cause 2 pl: personal property (1) at property: goods …

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  • 14Effect — Ef*fect , n. [L. effectus, fr. efficere, effectum, to effect; ex + facere to make: cf. F. effet, formerly also spelled effect. See {Fact}.] 1. Execution; performance; realization; operation; as, the law goes into effect in May. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 15effect — ef|fect1 [ ı fekt ] noun *** 1. ) count or uncount a change that is produced in one person or thing by another: an adverse/beneficial effect (=a bad/good effect): East German companies were suffering the adverse effects of German economic union.… …

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  • 16effect — [[t]ɪfe̱kt[/t]] ♦ effects, effecting, effected 1) N VAR: oft N of/on n, N of ing, adj N The effect of one thing on another is the change that the first thing causes in the second thing. Parents worry about the effect of music on their adolescent… …

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  • 17effect — I UK [ɪˈfekt] / US noun Word forms effect : singular effect plural effects *** 1) [countable/uncountable] a change that is produced in one person or thing by another effect on/upon: Scientists are studying the chemical s effect on the environment …

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  • 18effect — effectible, adj. /i fekt /, n. 1. something that is produced by an agency or cause; result; consequence: Exposure to the sun had the effect of toughening his skin. 2. power to produce results; efficacy; force; validity; influence: His protest had …

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  • 19effect — /ɪ fekt/ noun 1. a result ● The effect of the pay increase was to raise productivity levels. 2. ♦ terms of a contract which take effect or come into effect from January 1st terms which start to operate on January 1st ♦ prices are increased 10%… …

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  • 20effect — /ɪ fekt/ noun 1. a result ● The effect of the pay increase was to raise productivity levels. 2. operation ♦ terms of a contract which take effect or come into effect from January 1st terms which start to operate on January 1st ♦ prices are… …

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