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implemented

[ im-pluh-men-tid ]
/ ˈɪm pləˌmɛn tɪd /
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adjective
carried out; put into effect, usually by means of a definite plan or procedure:The collaboration between the two leaders created a synergy in translating the company's policy from paper into an implemented practice.
Computers. (of an element in a program) realized, instantiated, or brought into action, often under certain conditions as specified by the software involved: You'll need a workaround because satellite dish control is not an implemented feature in this streaming software.
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OTHER WORDS FROM implemented

un·im·ple·ment·ed, adjective
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