Definition of enact
From Middle English enacten, from en- from Old French en- ("to cause to be"), from Latin in- ("in") and Old French acte ("perform, do"), from Latin actum, past participle of ago ("set in motion")
to enact (third-person singular simple present enacts, present participle enacting, simple past and past participle enacted)
- (transitive, law) to make (a bill) into law
- (transitive) to act the part of; to play
- (transitive, obsolete) to do; to effect
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