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executive British & World English

Relating to or having the power to put plans or actions into effect

the executive in executive British & World English

The branch of a government responsible for putting decisions or laws into effect

non-executive British & World English

Not having an executive function

executive order British & World English

A rule or order issued by the President to an executive branch of the government and having the force of law

account executive British & World English

A business executive who manages the interests of a particular client, typically in advertising

executive council British & World English

A council with executive power

executive officer British & World English

An officer with executive power

executive session British & World English

A closed meeting of a governing body

executive agreement British & World English

An international agreement, usually regarding routine administrative matters not warranting a formal treaty, made by the executive branch of the US government without ratification by the Senate

executive privilege British & World English

The privilege, claimed by the President for the executive branch of the US government, of withholding information in the public interest

executive secretary British & World English

A secretary with administrative responsibilities, especially one managing the business affairs and activities of an executive or an organization

Special Operations Executive British & World English

A secret British military service during the Second World War, set up in 1940 to carry out clandestine operations and coordinate with resistance movements in Europe and later East Asia

Executive Council in executive council British & World English

(In Australia) a body presided over by the Governor General or Governor and consisting of ministers of the Crown, which gives legal form to cabinet decisions

executive English Thesaurus

a district assembly with executive powers

executive English-Spanish


chief executive English-Spanish

presidente, -ta masculine, feminine

executive officer English-Spanish

segundo comandante

executive committee English-Spanish

comisión, comité

executive privilege English-Spanish

inmunidad de los miembros del ejecutivo

executive secretary English-Spanish

secretario ejecutivo,

the executive in executive English-Spanish

el (poder) ejecutivo

fast-track executive in fast track English-Spanish

ejecutivo, -va masculine, feminine que llegará lejos

an executive car/briefcase in executive English-Spanish

un coche/un maletín de ejecutivo

to be on the executive in executive English-Spanish

formar parte del comité ejecutivo

administrative/executive head in head English-Spanish

director administrativo/ejecutivo

the executive/legislative branch in branch English-Spanish

el poder ejecutivo/legislativo

a young executive with prospects in prospect English-Spanish

un joven ejecutivo con perspectivas de futuro

all employees below executive level in below English-Spanish

todos los empleados por debajo del nivel ejecutivo

he looks every bit the young executive in bit English-Spanish

tiene todo el aspecto del joven ejecutivo

an ideal move for a young executive in move English-Spanish

el paso más indicado para un joven ejecutivo

she has moved swiftly up the executive ladder in move English-Spanish

ha ascendido rápidamente en el escalafón ejecutivo

he is on a collision course with his party executive in collision English-Spanish

va camino del enfrentamiento con la ejecutiva del partido

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