'eksikju:t 1. verb
1) (to put to death by order of the law: After the war many traitors were executed.) henrette
2) (to carry out (instructions etc).) utføre, sette i verk
3) (to perform (a movement etc usually requiring skill).) utføre, spille, foredra, oppføre
- executioner
- executive
2. noun
1) (the branch of the government that puts the laws into effect.) utøvende makt
2) (a person or body of people in an organization etc that has power to direct or manage: He is an executive in an insurance company.) leder, sjef, direktør
verb \/ˈeksɪkjuːt\/
1) henrette
2) utføre, virkeliggjøre, sette ut i livet, effektuere
let's execute the plan
la oss sette planen ut i livet
she never executes orders
hun utfører aldri ordre
will you execute your intention?
kommer du til å virkeliggjøre intensjonen din?
he can't execute an office
han kan ikke skjøtte et embete
3) utføre, spille, oppføre, foredra
they'll execute a violin concerto
de vil gjøre en fiolinkonsert
he executed a few dance steps
han utførte noen dansetrinn
she executes a painting
hun maler et bilde
4) (jus) fullbyrde, eksekvere, utferdige, opprette, utstede, overdra
they must execute the sentence
de må fullbyrde dommen
they executed a document
de utstedte et dokument
did she execute her estate to you?
overdro hun eiendommen til deg?
5) (handel) effektuere
did you execute the order?
effektuerte du ordren?
6) (EDB) utføre
execute a will fullbyrde et testamente opprette et testamente

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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