enact definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce into legislation: Congress enacted a tax reform costs.
    • to do something (one thing) on, as on a stage: enacted the the main moms and dad.
    • To decree; to determine by appropriate and authoritative work; in order to make into a law; specifically, to do the legislative work with reference to (a bill) which provides it the validity of legislation.
    • to do something; to perform; to-do; to impact.
    • to behave the element of; to portray; to try out.
    • which will make into law: Congress enacted a tax reform bill.
    • to do something (anything) completely, as on a stage: enacted the part of the moms and dad.
    • To decree; to establish by legal and authoritative act; to create into a law; especially, to do the legislative work with regards to (a bill) which gives it the substance of law.
    • to do something; to perform; to accomplish; to effect.
    • to do something the section of; to represent; to try out.
    • which will make into legislation: Congress enacted a tax reform bill.
    • To act (one thing) out, as on a stage: enacted the the main mother or father.
    • To decree; to determine by legal and respected act; to produce into a law; specially, to execute the legislative work with reference to (a bill) which provides it the validity of legislation.
    • to behave; to perform; to do; to result.
    • to do something the element of; to portray; to relax and play.
  • verb:
    • to create (a bill) into legislation
    • to behave the section of; to play
    • to complete; to effect
    • purchase by virtue of superior expert; decree
    • act away; express or do as though in a play
    • which will make (a bill) into legislation
    • to act the section of; to play
    • to do; to effect
    • purchase by virtue of superior expert; decree
    • work out; portray or do as if in a play
    • to produce (a bill) into legislation
    • to do something the part of; to play
    • to do; to effect
    • order by virtue of superior authority; decree
    • work out; express or perform as if in a play
  • noun:
    • purpose; dedication
    • function; dedication.
    • An enactment; an act.
    • purpose; dedication
    • Purpose; dedication.
    • An enactment; an act.
    • purpose; determination
    • Purpose; determination.
    • An enactment; an act.
  • others:
    • To decree; establish because of the will of supreme energy; pass into a statute or set up legislation; especially, to perform the final work of a legislature to, as a bill, providing it substance as a law; offer sanction to, as a bill.
    • to behave; perform; result.
    • to behave the element of; express on or as on the phase.
    • To decree; establish because of the might for the supreme energy; pass into a statute or established law; especially, to do the last work of a legislature to, as a bill, giving it quality as a law; provide sanction to, as a bill.
    • To act; perform; effect.
    • To act the element of; express on or as regarding stage.
    • To decree; establish by the will of this supreme energy; pass into a statute or established legislation; particularly, to perform the very last work of a legislature to, as a bill, giving it quality as a law; offer sanction to, as a bill.
    • to behave; perform; result.
    • to do something the element of; express on or as on the phase.

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