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enact in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenacten‧act /ɪˈnækt/ verb [transitive]  1 formalAP to act in a play, story etc a drama enacted on a darkened stage2 SCL law to make a proposal into a law Congress refused to enact the bill.enactment noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
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enactIt may not be long before more brutal solutions to this modern menace are enacted.The immigrant-aid cutoff was controversial at the time the legislation was enacted.The necessary legislation has been enacted.A discussion then occurs within the elite, to determine whether this policy should be enacted and how it should be implemented.The Basic Law will still be enacted, promising a panoply of rights and freedoms for 50 years beyond 1997.They migrated to Montana, where legislators as recently as 1963 tried and failed to enact similar controls.Under a new law, universities must enact smoke-free policies on their campuses.It is the competence to recognize and enact the rules, procedures and forms of understanding of a particular cultural environment.The characters wear colorful outfits and enact their scenes center stage.Even Frederick Douglass's Paper enacted this synecdoche.