Enforcement en

Enforcement meaning

Enforcement is the processing of set schedules via dispatching to execution. The latency of any type of human work force to escape under avert conditions from set demand for fulfilment with parameters of punctuality, performance and quality is compensated by procedures of enforcement, as e.g.


  1. (noun) The act of enforcing; compulsion.
  2. (noun) A giving force to; a putting in execution.
  3. (noun) That which enforces, constraints, gives force, authority, or effect to; constraint; force applied.
Word: en·force
Pronunciation of enforcement: in-'fOrs, -'fors, en-
Function of enforcement: transitive verb
Origin of enforcement: Middle English, from Middle French enforcier, from Old French, from en- force force
1 : to give force to : STRENGTHEN
2 : to urge with energy
4 obsolete : to effect or gain by force
5 : to carry out effectively <enforce laws>
- en·force·abil·i·ty /-"fOr-s&-'bi-l&-tE, -"for-/ noun
- en·force·able /-'fOr-s&-b&l, -'for-/ adjective
- en·force·ment /-'fOr-sm&nt, -'for-/ noun