n. [LL. implementum accomplishment, fr. L.
implere, impletum, to fill up, finish, complete; pref.
im- in + plere to fill. The word was perh. confused
with OF. empleier, emploier, to employ, F.
employer, whence E. employ. See Plenty.]
That which fulfills or supplies a want or use; esp., an
instrument, tool, or utensil, as supplying a requisite to an end; as,
the implements of trade, of husbandry, or of war.
Genius must have talent as its complement and
Im"ple*ment, v. t. 1.
To accomplish; to fulfill. [R.]
Revenge . . . executed and implemented by the
hand of Vanbeest Brown. Sir W. Scott.
2. To provide with an implement or
implements; to cause to be fulfilled, satisfied, or carried out, by
means of an implement or implements.
The chief mechanical requisites of the barometer are
implemented in such an instrument as the
3. (Scots Law) To fulfill or perform,
as a contract or an engagement.