English version

put/bring something into effect

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput/bring something into effectput/bring something into effectEFFECT/INFLUENCEto make a plan or idea happen It won’t be easy to put the changes into effect. effect
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put/bring something into effectIt had developed contingency plans before the incident and put them into effect when water in the mine began to overflow.The possibility of judicial review is constantly in the mind of Ministers and officials when preparing legislation and putting it into effect.One of them should be chosen and be put rapidly into effect.We need to raise at least £50,000 to put our plans into effect.He was the first football manager to appreciate the importance of such harmony and to put it into effect.The Hague conference is the last chance to determine how to put the accord into effect.The council will need more money to put the regulations into effect.So far, 24 of the 35 nations needed to put the treaty into effect have ratified it.To put these contentions into effect the applicant made two applications in the district court to which the cases had been transferred.
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