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implementing

[ im-pluh-men-ting, -muhn- ]
/ ˈɪm pləˌmɛn tɪŋ, -mən- /
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noun
the act or process of carrying out a plan, putting a law or policy into effect, fulfilling a promise, etc.:As a board member, I helped establish protocols and procedures for the implementing of these programs.
adjective
putting or charged with putting something into effect, as a law, regulation, or policy:Until the implementing agencies develop their guidelines, specific concerns about what the new standard will mean can't be fully answered.
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Origin of implementing

implement + -ing1 for the noun; implement + -ing2 for the adjective
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