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execute
ˈɛksɪˌkjut V. [T] 1 <FORMAL> to do something that has been planned or agreed to Franklin is in charge of executing the company’s reorganization plan. 2 <FORMAL> to perform something, especially a difficult action or movement 3 to kill someone, especially legally as a punishment for a serious crime The general was executed for war crimes. 4 <TECHNICAL> if a computer executes a program or a COMMAND (=instruction), it makes the program or command work or happen This program automatically executes the commands once a day. 5 <LAW> to make sure that the instructions in a legal document are followed Brock’s attorney has yet to execute the will. 6 <FORMAL> to produce a painting, movie, a boldly executed story
executive
ɛgˈzɛkjutɪv N. 1 [C] someone who manages others in an organization, especially a business or company, or helps decide what the organization will do a senior company executive 2 the executive the executive branch of government adj. [only before noun] 1 relating to making decisions and organizing, especially in a company or business an executive committee 2 for the use of people who are important managers in a company or organization the executive wahhroom 3 the executive branch the part of a government that approves decisions and laws and is responsible for making them work
executor
ˈɛksɪˌkjutər N. [C] someone who deals with the instructions in someone’s WILL
execute
verb [ T ] /ˈek.sə.kjuːt/ 1 to do something that has been planned or agreed to: - Franklin is in charge of xecuting the company’s reorganization plan. 2 to perform something, especially a difficult action or movement: 3 to kill someone, especially legally as a punishment for a serious crime:
executive
noun [ C ] /ɪɡˈzek.jə.t̬ɪv/ someone in a high position, especially in business, who makes decisions and puts them into action: - She is now a senior executive, having worked her way up through the company. adjective [ before noun ] relating to making decisions and managing businesses, or suitable for people with important jobs in business: - His executive skills will be very useful to the company.
execution
noun /ˌek.səˈkjuː.ʃən/ the legal punishment of killing someone: - Execution is still the penalty in some states for murder.
executor
noun [ C ] LAW specialized /ɪɡˈzek.jə.t̬ɚ/ - someone who makes sure that things are done according to the wishes in a dead person's will...
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