enforcement definition

  • noun:
    • The act of enforcing; compulsion.
    • A giving power to; a putting in execution.
    • The work of enforcing; compulsion.
    • what enforces, limitations, offers force, expert, or impact to; constraint; power used.
    • A giving force to; a putting in execution.
    • The act of enforcing; compulsion.
    • That which enforces, constraints, gives force, authority, or result to; constraint; power applied.
    • A giving power to; a putting in execution.
    • The act of enforcing; compulsion.
    • That which enforces, limitations, provides force, authority, or effect to; constraint; power used.
    • A giving force to; a putting in execution.
    • what enforces, limitations, offers power, authority, or result to; constraint; force applied.
    • The exercise of power; compulsory or constraining activity; compulsion; coercion.
    • That which enforces, urges, or compels; constraining or impelling energy; efficient motive; impulse; exigence.
    • The work of enforcing; the act of offering force or result to, or of putting in force; a forcing upon the understanding or even the will: since, the administration of an argument by pictures; enforcement of legislation by strict measures.
    • the work of enforcing; making sure observance of or obedience to
    • The exercise of force; compulsory or constraining activity; compulsion; coercion.
    • whatever enforces, urges, or compels; constraining or impelling power; efficient motive; impulse; exigence.
    • The act of enforcing; the act of offering force or result to, or of putting in force; a forcing upon the comprehension or the might: since, the administration of a quarrel by illustrations; enforcement for the laws by strict measures.
    • the act of enforcing; ensuring observance of or obedience to
    • The work of enforcing; compulsion.
    • A giving force to; a putting in execution.
    • whatever enforces, constraints, gives power, authority, or effect to; constraint; power used.
    • The work of enforcing; compulsion.
    • A giving force to; a putting in execution.
    • what enforces, constraints, offers power, authority, or result to; constraint; power applied.
    • The workout of force; compulsory or constraining activity; compulsion; coercion.
    • what enforces, urges, or compels; constraining or impelling power; efficient motive; impulse; exigence.
    • The work of enforcing; the work of giving force or effect to, or of investing in power; a forcing upon the understanding or even the will: since, the administration of an argument by illustrations; enforcement regarding the laws and regulations by strict actions.
    • the act of enforcing; making sure observance of or obedience to

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