verb (used with object), ef·fec·tu·at·ed, ef·fec·tu·at·ing.
to bring about; effect.
Origin of effectuate
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Is the infinite First Cause confined to one solely possible mode of effectuation?The Theistic Conception of the World
B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
(tr) to cause to happen; effect; accomplish
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1570s, from French effectuer, from Latin effectus (see effect (n.)). Related: Effectuated; effectuating.
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