名词:executer 动词过去式:executed 过去分词:executed 现在分词:executing 第三人称单数:executes 形容词:executable
ex-=out of,fully 变化型 a-,e-,ec-,ef-,es-,iss-,s-
1 (fml 文) carry out, perform (what one is asked or told to do) 执行; 实行; 履行; 完成
*execute sb's commands 执行某人的命令
* execute a plan, a piece of work, a purpose 实行一计划、完成一工作、达到一目的.
2 (law 律)
(a) put (sth) into effect 使（某事）生效; 实施
*execute a will 依照遗嘱行事.
(b) make (sth) legally valid 使（某事）有法律效力
*execute a legal document, ie by having it signed, witnessed, sealed and delivered 使一法律文件生效（经签署、签名见证、封印、交付者）.
3 kill (sb) as a legal punishment 将（某人）处死
*He was executed for treason. 他因叛国罪已处死.
* execute a murderer 处决一谋杀犯.
4 (fml 文) perform (sth) on the stage, at a concert, etc （在舞台上或音乐会中）演奏; 表演
*execute a dance step 表演舞步
* The piano sonata was badly executed. 这首钢琴奏鸣曲演奏得很糟.
5 (computing 计) carry out (the instructions of a computer program) 执行（计算机程序的指令）.
1【kill somebody】2【do something】3【perform an action】4【computer】5【legal document】6【produce something】
1300-1400; Language: French;Origin:
exécuter, from Latin
exsecutus, past participle of exsequi 'to execute'
, from sequi 'to follow'
to kill someone, especially legally as a punishmentexecute sb for sth Thousands have been executed for political crimes. The report claims 13 people were summarily executed (=killed without any trial or legal process) by the guerrillas.see usage notekill1 【DO SOMETHING】formal
to do something that has been carefully planned
= implement The job involves drawing up and executing a plan of nursing care.【PERFORM AN ACTION】formal
to perform a difficult action or movementbeautifully/skilfully/poorly etc executed The skaters' routine was perfectly executed.【COMPUTER】technical
if a computer executes a program or command
(=instruction) , it makes the program or command happen or work【LEGAL DOCUMENT】law
to make sure that the instructions in a legal document are followed【PRODUCE SOMETHING】formal
to produce a painting, book, film etc a boldly executed story
1. He asked his brother to execute his will. 他请自己的兄弟执行自己的遗嘱.