Correct spelling, explanation: the word comes from Latin implementem and the English spelling is very similar: implement. Therefore
impliment is an incorrect form, probably mistaken with other English words which start with impli- (implicate). However, the correct form is implement.
Definition of implement:
verb, to begin a plan or project
Sorry, but it is impossible to implement more teaching hours at the moment.
noun, a tool used by moving a hand
Have you seen my cleaning implements?
Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is incorrect because the correct form should be spelled with e, not i, just like its Latin origin implementem. The root word shows that implement is the correct form and
impliment is a misspelling. The only correct form is implement.
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