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実施, じっし

  • jisshi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • enforcement
  • implementation
  • putting into practice (practise)
  • carrying out
  • operation
  • working (e.g. working parameters)
  • enactment

Examples of 実施,じっし in a Sentence

The plan was put into operation.
The enterprises carried the five-day workweek.
The law is not in effect any longer.
There are still some dry states in the U.S.
The law will be effective from the 1st of April.
It is premature to put the plan into practice now.
The government put the question to the people in a referendum.
I move that these proposals be approved, and that action be taken as soon as possible.
Any result obtained through the execution of the Commissioned Business shall belong to each party hereto.
Strict security measures were in force.

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