Execute

To sign, seal and deliver a deed

Execute

• (v. i.) To do one`s work; to act one`s part of purpose. • (v. t.) To follow out or through to the end; to carry out into complete effect; to complete; to finish; to effect; to perform. • (v. t.) To infect capital punishment on; to put to death in conformity to a legal sentence; as, to execute a traitor. • (v. t.) To perform, a...
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Execute

1) To finish, carry out, or perform as required, as in fulfilling one's obligations under a contract, plan, or court order. 2) To complete and otherwise make valid a document, such as a will, deed, or contract, for example by signing it and having it notarized. 3) To put someone to death pursuant to a court-rendered sentence (capital punishment). 4...
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execute

put to death verb kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment; `In some states, criminals are executed`
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Execute

Ex'e·cute intransitive verb 1. To do one's work; to act one's part or purpose. [ R.] Hayward. 2. To perform musically.
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Execute

Ex'e·cute transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Executed ; present participle & verbal noun Executing .] [ French exécuter , Latin executus , exsecutus , past participle of exequi to follow to the e...
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Execute

The act of making a document legally valid, such as formalizing a contract by signing or acknowledgi
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Execute

The USS Execute was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Execute was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Execute

To carry out a series of instructions in a program or script.
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execute

To carry out an internal control procedure, such as to sign and mail a check after inspecting supporting documents.
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Execute

To complete the legal requirements (such as signing before witnesses) that make a will valid. Also, to execute a judgment or decree means to put the final judgment of the court into effect.
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Execute

To sign a legal document following the procedure required for a deed or Will.
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Execute

v. 1) to finish, complete or perform as required, as in fulfilling one's obligations under a contract or a court order. 2) to sign and otherwise complete a document, such as acknowledging the signature if required to make the document valid. 3) to seize property under court order. 4) to put to death pursuant to a sentence rendered by a court
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execute

[v] - carry out the legalities of 2. [v] - murder execution-style 3. [v] - socially sanctioned killing as a means of punishment 4. [v] - sign in the presence of witnesses
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