to execute

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Englisch - Türkisch
idam etmek
idam etmek
{f} infaz etmek
{f} yapmak
{f} uygulamak, yerine getirmek; (bir yargıyı) infaz etmek
(Bilgisayar) çalıştır
(Bilgisayar) yürüt

Prosedür doğru ve eksiksiz yürütülmelidir. - The procedure must be executed correctly and completely.

put to death
idam etmek
put to death
öldürmek
execute
(Bilgisayar) çalıştırma
execute
(Ticaret) yürütme
execute
işletmek
execute
ifa etmek
execute
(Ticaret) tanzim ve tevdi etmek
execute
yapma
execute
ifa
execute
(Bilgisayar) komutgönder
execute
uygulamak
execute
idam

Askerler Tom'u idam edileceği yere götürdü. - The soldiers led Tom to where he would be executed.

O bir casus olarak idam edildi. - He was executed as a spy.

execute
(Ticaret) imzalamak
execute
yürütmek
execute
icra etmek
execute
çalmak
execute
işlet
execute
yürütmesi
execute
{f} ortaya koymak
execute
{f} gerçekleştirmek
execute
{f} düzenlemek
execute
idam et/uygula
execute
etmek
execute
{f} (manevra/hareket) yapmak
execute
{f} yerine getirmek
execute
{f} sergilemek
execute
üstesinden gelmek
execute
uygulanmak
put to death
infazı gerçekleştirmek
Englisch - Englisch
To begin putting into effect

I’ll execute your orders as soon as this meeting is adjourned.

To kill as punishment for capital crimes

There are certain states where it is lawful to execute prisoners convicted of certain crimes.

To carry out; to put into effect; as, to execute a will, to execute orders

Your orders have been executed, Sir!.

To start, launch or run; as, to execute a program
To cause to become legally valid; as, to execute a contract
put to death
{v} to perform, do, effect, put to death
to complete; carry out; make effective; to enforce (a judgment) A contract under hand is executed by being signed; a deed by being signed, sealed and delivered
Run a program or carry out a command
sign in the presence of witnesses; "The President executed the treaty" kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment; "In some states, criminals are executed" murder execution-style; "The Mafioso who collaborated with the police was executed" carry out the legalities of; "execute a will or a deed
carry out the legalities of; "execute a will or a deed
The command to run a specified instruction or software program
put into effect or carry out
To perform, as a piece of music, either on an instrument or with the voice; as, to execute a difficult part brilliantly
A legal term meaning "to complete" To execute a deed (see Deed) means to sign, seal and deliver it
carry out the legalities of; "execute a will or a deed"
If you execute a difficult action or movement, you successfully perform it. The landing was skilfully executed
To complete, to make, to perform, to do, to follow out; to execute a deed, to make a deed, including especially signing, sealing and delivery To execute a contract is to perform the contract, to follow out to the end, to complete
to carry out a command; to run a program
(1) (v ) To run a file as a program (2) (v ) To act on instructions
carry out or perform an action; "John did the painting, the weeding, and he cleaned out the gutters"; "the skater executed a triple pirouette"; "she did a little dance"
murder execution-style; "The Mafioso who collaborated with the police was executed"
To complete, as a legal instrument; to perform what is required to give validity to, as by signing and perhaps sealing and delivering; as, to execute a deed, lease, mortgage, will, etc
To follow out or through to the end; to carry out into complete effect; to complete; to finish; to effect; to perform
v t Trad (code) to perform the imperative actions represented by the code
To give effect to; to do what is provided or required by; to perform the requirements or stipulations of; as, to execute a decree, judgment, writ, or process
To start a defined process and run it to completion
To sign a legal instrument A deed is to be executed when it is signed, sealed, witnessed and delivered
put in effect; "carry out a task"; "execute the decision of the people"; "He actioned the operation"
To do one's work; to act one's part or purpose
To start a defined process, without regard to whether it runs to completion or not
To follow the instructions corresponding to a statement or program
To complete, to make, to do, to follow out To execute a deed is to make a deed, including specially signing, sealing and delivering To execute a contract is to perform the contract, to follow out to the end, to complete
carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine; "Run the dishwasher"; "run a new program on the Mac"; "the computer executed the instruction"
To carry out a task or set of tasks To execute a program, for example, is to load it into memory and run it An executable file is a program file To execute code is to carry out the instructions described by the code
(1) To carry out all terms of a contract or court order; (2) to sign (a document); (3) to kill
To sign or otherwise cause a document (especially a contract) to become legally valid
When someone executes a work of art, they make or produce it, using an idea as a basis. Morris executed a suite of twelve drawings in 1978 A well-executed shot of a tall ship is a joy to behold. + execution ex·ecu·tion The ideas in the show's presentation were good, but failed in execution
sign in the presence of witnesses; "The President executed the treaty"
To sign a legal instrument A deed is said to be executed when it is signed, sealed, witnessed and delivered
To infect capital punishment on; to put to death in conformity to a legal sentence; as, to execute a traitor
- To sign a legal instrument A deed is said to be executed when it is signed, sealed, witnessed and delivered
To execute someone means to kill them as a punishment for a serious crime. He was executed by lethal injection earlier today One group claimed to have executed the American hostage This boy's father had been executed for conspiring against the throne. + execution executions ex·ecu·tion Execution by lethal injection is scheduled for July 30th
To perform musically
If you execute a plan, you carry it out. We are going to execute our campaign plan to the letter. + execution ex·ecu·tion US forces are fully prepared for the execution of any action once the order is given by the president
{f} perform, carry out, put into practice; put to death; sign in the presence of witnesses; carry out according to terms and conditions (Law); run a computer program, process a computer program (Computers)
To start, launch or run software
To perform the specified instructions in a command or program statement
To set to work (a program); cf run
To put to death illegally; to kill
To validate a document To carry out the provisions of a will or trust
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
To complete, to make, to perform, to do, to follow out To execute deed is to make a deed, including especially the signing, sealing, and delivery; to execute a contract is to perform the contract, to follow it out to the end, to complete it
To complete, to make, to perform, to do, to follow out To execute a deed is to make a deed, including especially the signing, sealing, and delivery; to execute a contract is o perform the contract, to follow it out to the end, to complete it
Do the steps specified in a procedure or the actions in a rule
kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment; "In some states, criminals are executed"
To complete, to make, to perform, to do, to follow out; to sign a deed, to make a deed, including especially signing, sealing, and delivery; to execute a contract is to perform the contract, to follow out to the end, to complete
The act of starting up and running a certain program This involves loading the program from disk into main memory, reserving memory space for the program to work with, and sequentially executing the steps of the program as outlined by the programmer
to execute

    Silbentrennung

    to ex·e·cute

    Türkische aussprache

    tı eksıkyut

    Aussprache

    /tə ˈeksəˌkyo͞ot/ /tə ˈɛksəˌkjuːt/

    Etymologie

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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