verb (used with object), ef·fec·tu·at·ed, ef·fec·tu·at·ing.
Origin of effectuate
Examples from the Web for effectuated
In the case of the labourer, this right of reasonable access can be effectuated only through a living wage.
Undoubtedly he has such a right if it can be effectuated in the existing industrial organisation.
I wish that, by Mr. ——'s assistance, your purpose in behalf of the prisoners may be effectuated.The Works of William Cowper|William Cowper
1570s, from French effectuer, from Latin effectus (see effect (n.)). Related: Effectuated; effectuating.