effectuate

  • 1 Effectuate — Ef*fec tu*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Effectuated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Effectuating}.] [Cf. F. effectuer. See {Effect}, n. & v. t.] To bring to pass; to effect; to achieve; to accomplish; to fulfill. [1913 Webster] A fit instrument to effectuate his… …

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  • 2 effectuate — I verb accomplish, achieve, attain, bring to maturity, bring to pass, carry into effect, carry into execution, carry through, cause, cause to happen, complete, effect, enact, enforce, execute, fulfill, manage, perform, produce, put in force,… …

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  • 3 effectuate — 1570s, from Fr. effectuer, from L. effectus (see EFFECT (Cf. effect)). Related: Effectuated; effectuating …

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  • 4 effectuate — [e fek′cho͞owāt΄, i fek′cho͞owāt΄, ] often [ē fek′cho͞owāt΄, ə′fek′cho͞owāt΄] vt. effectuated, effectuating [< Fr effectuer (< L effectus: see EFFECT), with ending after verbs in ate (e.g., ACTUATE)] to bring about; cause to happen; effect… …

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  • 5 effectuate — transitive verb ( ated; ating) Date: 1580 effect 2 • effectuation noun …

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  • 6 effectuate — effectuation, n. /i fek chooh ayt /, v.t., effectuated, effectuating. to bring about; effect. [1570 80; < ML effectuatus brought to pass (ptp. of effectuare), equiv. to L effectu , s. of effectus EFFECT (see EFFECT) + atus ATE1] * * * …

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  • 7 effectuate — verb a) To be the cause of something. b) To bring about something; to effect or execute something. See Also: effect, effective, effectiveness, effectivity …

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  • 8 effectuate — Synonyms and related words: abide by, accomplish, achieve, act, adhere to, administer, attain, author, be productive, bear, beget, breed, bring about, bring forth, bring into being, bring off, bring to effect, bring to fruition, bring to pass,… …

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  • 9 effectuate — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To be the cause of: bring, bring about, bring on, cause, effect, generate, induce, ingenerate, lead to, make, occasion, result in, secure, set off, stir1 (up), touch off, trigger. Idioms: bring to pass (or effect),… …

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  • 10 effectuate — ef|fec|tu|ate [ ı fektʃu,eıt ] verb transitive VERY FORMAL to make something that you have planned happen: CARRY OUT …

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  • 11 effectuate — ef fec·tu·ate || tjÊŠeɪt v. cause, bring about, execute; effect …

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  • 12 effectuate — [ɪ fɛktʃʊeɪt, tjʊ ] verb formal put into force or operation. Derivatives effectuation noun …

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  • 13 effectuate — v. a. Accomplish, secure, achieve, effect, execute, carry out, bring to pass …

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  • 14 effectuate — verb (T) formal to make something happen …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 effectuate — v 1. cause, bring about, make happen, effect; accomplish, realize, achieve, fulfill, reach; make certain, ensure, secure. 2. execute, carry out, bring to pass; do, perform, act out, implement …

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  • 16 effectuate — ef·fec·tu·ate …

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  • 17 effectuate — ef•fec•tu•ate [[t]ɪˈfɛk tʃuˌeɪt[/t]] v. t. at•ed, at•ing to bring about; effect • Etymology: 1570–80; < ML ef•fec tu•a′tion, n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 18 effectuate — /əˈfɛktʃueɪt/ (say uh fekchoohayt), /i / (say ee ) verb (t) (effectuated, effectuating) to bring about; effect. {Late Latin effectuātus. See ate1} –effectuation /əfɛktʃuˈeɪʃən/ (say uhfekchooh ayshuhn), noun …

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  • 19 effectuate — v.tr. cause to happen; accomplish. Derivatives: effectuation n. Etymology: med.L effectuare (as EFFECT) …

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  • 20 Effectuated — Effectuate Ef*fec tu*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Effectuated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Effectuating}.] [Cf. F. effectuer. See {Effect}, n. & v. t.] To bring to pass; to effect; to achieve; to accomplish; to fulfill. [1913 Webster] A fit instrument to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English