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Sounds to me that the tool you are using is being simplistic. "Implement" as a verb means "to carry out" or "to begin". It is one of those words that writers often use because they want to use a big word rather than a short word to impress their readers with how smart they are because they know all these big words. I recall once,...


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Embolden definition(copied from google and trimmed to just the useful bits) give (someone) the courage or confidence to do something or to behave in a certain way They are the same word, just different tenses. Emboldened is the past tense, which as currently written is what you would need to use. This word is (as far as I know) accepted in both the US and ...


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When "Implement" is used in sentences such as We need to implement our policy as soon as feasible. it is often a buzzword. It means no more than "carry out", or "put in place", or perhaps "start" but it sounds more precise. It may be that the tool is trying to discourage that sort of usage, which is often poor ...


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