The laws were very difficult to enforce.
The Sioux tribe asked the government to enforce the treaty.
The justice system should enforce laws.
The law is enforced by the American secret service.
When the police compel you to obey speed limits or else get a ticket, this is an example of a situation where the police enforce the law.
The only problem lies in the complete failure to enforce these provisions
to enforce their right to mobility.
It is up to the police to enforce the law.
The law was enforced immediately
the client enforces his requirements to the manufacturer
Governments make laws and the police enforce them.
it's the duty of the police to enforce the law, the new teacher failed to enforce discipline
The government must enforce the law immediately.
We have got to set our own rules and enforce them.
2. to carry out
My band will perform this week at Chuck's Bar and Grill. Please come and see us.
My robot will prepare meals, clean, wash dishes, and perform other household tasks.
Tom and Mary were my backup singers back when I used to perform.
perform the audit
1. I'll find someone who can perform one. / 2. We will perform Chopin's Trio in G Minor.
If you perform a quick search through your favorite online megastore you'll see that dozens of drones are available.
For no one could perform the miraculous sign you are doing if God were not with him.
Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.
The position is conditional on how well you are able to perform.
TEPCO is looking for "jumpers", workers who will jump into highly radioactive sections of the plant to quickly perform tasks before running out as fast as possible.
to perform one's contractual obligations; to perform surgery
Macintosh program performs time‐series analysis
Once I saw a magican who performed an incredible trick.
Relative pronouns perform as 'conjunction + pronoun'.