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Translation of "execute" - English-Spanish dictionary

execute

verb /ˈeksikjuːt/
to put to death by order of the law
ejecutar
After the war, many traitors were executed.
to carry out (instructions etc
ejecutar
The computer’s processor executes the instructions in sequence.
to perform (a movement etc, usually requiring skill)
ejecutar, realizar, llevar a cabo
She stopped the car and then executed a three-point turn.
execution /-ʃən/ noun (an act of) killing by law
ejecución
The judge ordered the execution of the murderer.
the act of executing (orders or skilled movements etc).
ejecución
executioner noun a person whose duty is to put to death condemned persons.
verdugo
executive /iɡˈzekjutiv/ adjective (in a business organizattion etc) concerned with management
ejecutivo
executive skills.
concerned with the carrying out of laws etc
ejecutivo
executive powers.
executor /iɡˈzekjutə/ noun (legal) a person appointed to see to the carrying out of what is stated in a will
albacea
His two brothers are the executors of his will.
(Definition of execute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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