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execute
'ɛksə,kjuːt
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Sign in the presence of witnesses.
  2. Put in effect.
  3. Carry out or perform an action.
  4. Kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment.
  5. Murder in a planned fashion.
  6. Carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine.
  7. Carry out the legalities of.
Hyphenationex•e•cute
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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执行zhíxíngto implement; to carry out; to execute; to run
实行shíxíngto implement; to carry out; to put into practice
完成wánchéngto complete; to accomplish
处死chǔsǐan execution; to put somebody to death
制成zhìchéngto manufacture; to turn out (a product)
zhíto execute (a plan); to grasp
正法zhèngfǎto execute; the law
行事xíngshìto execute; to handle; behavior; action; conduct
处决chǔjuéto execute (a condemned criminal)
cuòto handle; to manage; to put in order; to arrange; to administer; to execute; to take action on; to plan
zhūto kill; to put to death; to slaughter; to execute, to punish, to weed out; to exterminate, a kind of weapon
gòuto punish; to chastise; to penalize, to kill; to execute, pedal (a footboard) of a cart, brick work of a well, strong and durable, solid; firm
juéto decide; to determine; to execute (somebody); (of a dam etc) to breach or burst; definitely; certainly
进行jìnxíngto advance; to conduct; underway; in progress; to do; to carry out; to carry on; to execute
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