Definición de enforce en inglés:

enforce

Saltos de línea: en|force
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈfɔːs
 
, ɛn-/

verbo

[with object]

Derivativos

enforceability

Pronunciación: /-səˈbɪlɪti/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The French courts were forced to determine the enforceability of a contract, which authorized the adaptation of his art work.
  • The enforceability of an island-wide charter was questioned.
  • Mr and Mrs Spencer challenged the enforceability of the credit agreement on the grounds that it had not been properly executed.

enforceable

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is imperative that we obtain an enforceable legal right for patients to access their records in Australia.
  • This is the only outcome that is likely to be enforceable, seen as fair and therefore likely to stand the test of time.
  • But it can work only if it is properly enforceable and if it is able to maintain the respect and the regard of the public.

enforcer

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As appreciated that police cannot be everywhere, people should put their sights on offenders to assist the law enforcers.
  • It will also a call for teams of enforcers to monitor opening hours, as well as the sale of alcohol to under-age drinkers and people who are already drunk.
  • The waste enforcers have guaranteed to follow up all reports of fly-tipping with a visit to any reported sites within 24 hours.

Origen

Middle English (in the senses 'strive' and 'impel by force'; formerly also as inforce): from Old French enforcir, enforcier, based on Latin in- 'in' + fortis 'strong'.

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