Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reform.(verb)
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Use "reforms" in a sentence
"Singer suggests that Buckley has the right idea — a series of specific reforms — though he pursues it from a conservative rather than from a left perspective, whereas I apparently remain unable to imagine an ideology "that helps to shape the direction of reforms .""
"Key to the reforms is a plan to delay the mandatory retirement age in Spain to 67 from the current 65, a commitment made by the government with the EU."
"Pilotshark Sponsored by Boeing says: yet to try any other reforms is about as stupid as it gets."