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reform /rɪˈfɔːm $ -ɔːrm/ verb
reform noun [uncountable and countable]


تجدید نظر ، بازساخت ، بهسازی کردن ، ترمیم کردن ، اصلاحات ، تجدید سازمان ، قانون ـ فقه: اصلاح اساسی کردن یا شدن ، بازرگانی: اصلاح
reform
[noun]
Synonyms:
- improvement, amendment, betterment, rehabilitation
[verb]
Synonyms:
- improve, amend, correct, mend, rectify, restore
- mend one's ways, clean up one's act (informal), go straight (informal), pull one's socks up (Brit. informal), shape up (informal), turn over a new leaf
English Thesaurus: change, alter, adapt, adjust, modify, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. reform1 /rɪˈfɔːm $ -ɔːrm/ verb
[Word Family: noun: form, formation, transformation, reformer, reform, reformation, reformist, transformer, formlessness; verb: form, reform, transform; adjective: reformed, reformist, formless; adverb: formlessly]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: reformer, from Latin reformare, from formare 'to form']

1. [transitive] to improve a system, law, organization etc by making a lot of changes to it, so that it operates in a fairer or more effective way:
plans to radically reform the tax system

2. [intransitive and transitive] to change your behaviour and become a better person, or to make someone do this:
Greeley says he’s a genuinely reformed character.
a reformed criminal

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. reform2 W2 noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: noun: form, formation, transformation, reformer, reform, reformation, reformist, transformer, formlessness; verb: form, reform, transform; adjective: reformed, reformist, formless; adverb: formlessly]
a change or changes made to a system or organization in order to improve it
reform of
a reform of the legal system
economic/political/educational reform
The government announced a much-needed programme of economic reform.
Reforms were made to revive the economy.
far-reaching/sweeping/radical reforms
The Prime Minister is calling for sweeping reforms of the NHS.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

reform
noun
ADJ. drastic, fundamental, great, important, major, radical, significant, substantial | comprehensive, far-reaching, sweeping, wholesale, wide-ranging | minor | piecemeal | new | further | immediate | rapid | much needed, necessary, overdue Health care reform is long overdue.
effective | practical | moral, political, social | democratic, liberal | domestic, institutional, internal | procedural, structural | administrative, governmental | constitutional, electoral, judicial, law, legal, legislative | penal, prison | curriculum, educational | welfare | budgetary, economic, financial, monetary, tax | agrarian, agricultural, environmental, land
QUANT. package
VERB + REFORM adopt, bring about, introduce, put in place | push through They wanted a weak president and a strong one-chamber parliament able to push through radical reforms.
carry out/through, implement, put into practice, undertake | accelerate efforts to accelerate the structural reform of the economy
delay | block The conservative coalition could delay further reforms or block them altogether.
accept, welcome | advocate, call for, press for, propose They have issued a statement advocating reform of the legal system.
demand | back, encourage, support We are committed to supporting democracy and reform in the region.
require The practice of global politics requires reform.
plan | discuss
REFORM + VERB go through The reforms went through in spite of opposition from teachers.
aim at sth tax reforms aimed at encouraging land development
REFORM + NOUN process | movement | initiative, measure, package, programme | act, bill | policy
PREP. ~ in reforms in housing and education
PHRASES the need for reform, the pace of reform, a programme of reform, a timetable for reform

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

reform
verb
ADV. drastically, fundamentally, radically The health service must be radically reformed.
VERB + REFORM attempt to, seek to, try to
PHRASES attempts/efforts/proposals to reform sth, a need to reform sth

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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