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put (something) into action

To execute a particular plan or decision. Now that we've devised this chore schedule, we need to put it into action with our housemates. I spent the weekend at the library, putting my research plan into action. The changes outlined in this meeting will be put into action tomorrow.
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The Russian side also proposed that the agreement for the recognition of ship licenses is put into action.
A comprehensive analysis from this research is turned into specific recommendations that can be put into action.
The bank said they had attracted more borrowers with better deals as they put into action a programme to increase mortgage lending by up to pounds 14billion over the next two years - including up to pounds 5billion this year.
3 : to accept and put into action <The state adopted a law requiring drivers to wear seat belts.
Less than three months to go until election day and the once-mighty Labour campaign machine has been put into action, with voters across Wales being phoned by party canvassers keen to ensure they'll get their tick in the box.
If I had an idea I wanted to put into action, he would say okay, lets do it, and we would do it.
They say the system needs to be put into action immediately because of the "serious risk to human health".
We constantly read about how we waste things - initiatives to combat this should be designed and put into action.
A lot of time has been put into this, and we've had some great ideas that are being put into action.
When she returned to the Adirondacks later on in life, Green put into action a plan that would help to address the marginalization, alienation and silencing that she felt as a black person growing up in an environment where she never saw herself represented.
Although a proportion of the increase may be attributable to low fares, Airport Managing Director Mark Reis believes travel has also recovered post 9/11 because the industry has addressed many of the 'hassle factors' associated with higher security requirements which have been put into action since that date.
A spokesperson for Servisair refused to comment on the ongoing dispute but said that its contingency plans have been put into action once again, reports the Evening Standard.
The plan was first put into action in Wakefield city centre when there was a major outbreak of disorder after England's disappointing last minute defeat against France on Sunday night.
The European Commission gave the regional authorities of Piedmont the go-ahead on April 20 to put into action in 2004 the aid scheme which it approved on July 9, 2003.