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put (something) into operation

To commence doing or using something. We've spent enough time preparing—let's put this plan into operation. We finally put the machine into operation after spending all morning repairing it.
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put something into opeˈration

make something start working; start using something: It’s time to put our plan into operation.
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According to Minister Novak, the first power-generating units at the Simferopol (Tavricheskaya) and Sevastopol (Balaklavskaya) thermal power stations in Crimea will be put into operation in late May, ensuring good power reserve capacity for the peninsula.
Mostar Marinko Gilja and Chair of the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH Borjana Kristo, who will officially put into operation the first wind farm.
Nazir radar system was put into operation and from now on, no radar-evading flying object can enter the Islamic Iran's skies without permission," Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmayeeli said at the time.
The last of the four upgraded stations, in Petrich close to the borders with Macedonia and Greece, is expected to be put into operation in the middle of the year.
The first turbines at the main Naryn-1 hydropower plant should be put into operation in 2016.
The first aggregate of the plant was officially put into operation in September 2011.
Accenture claims that the problems were created by the government of the day which was insisted on deadlines that did not allow for proper testing before it was put into operation.
A massive rescue operation was put into operation, but his body was found five hours later.
The terminal must be specified to handle at least eight million passengers annually rather than the seven million allowed for by designs as they stand, otherwise the $220 million terminal will be unable to cope with future demand when it is put into operation in 2005.
A Government news network spokesman said a decision on when the red fire engines were put into operation depended on how well the training went.
Plans to extend the trial to approximately 50 local exchanges - including ones in Manchester, Leeds and York - will have been put into operation by December 2002.
But the minister was slated for failing to get beyond words and put into operation some of the changes that had been adopted by the Assembly's committees and plenary sessions.
The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has put into operation a new electronic system for the registration of consultants, which will automate and facilitate registration, as well as renew its database of consultants for technical assistance services.
BRITAIN'S Logica consultancy and software firm has ignited an pounds 1 million deal to design and put into operation the system that will allow third-party access to the pipeline network of Bord Gais.