- "How to enact change in..."
- "We enacted change by..."
I've seen this used in quite a few contexts, but it doesn't seem to make much sense when I look at the word "enact" in the dictionary.
Definition of enact
1: to establish by legal and authoritative act specifically : to make into law enact a bill
2: ACT OUT enact a role
Looking at an n-gram, its use is non-zero and growing, but nowhere near the usage of the phrase "effect change".
Typically when I've seen it used, it indicates that a someone is effecting a change, but from a dictionary sense, does the phrase "enact change" make sense? My thought is no, but I'm looking for a reality check on it to make sure I'm not misinterpreting the dictionary entries.