Definitions of "execute"
  1. It means to fully implement or complete a task or process
  2. It signifies to act according to what is required or mandated
  3. In terms of property law, it refers to the granting of complete ownership to a beneficiary under the Statute of Uses
  4. This term is also used to denote the act of fulfilling all necessary requirements to validate something
  5. Additionally, it can refer to the act of carrying out a judicially ordered death sentence
How to use "execute" in a sentence
  1. The management decided to execute the new marketing plan with full force.
  2. The landlord failed to execute the terms of the lease agreement, resulting in a breach of contract.
  3. The judge ordered to execute the prisoner as per the court sentence, which caused a wave of protest.

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