Translation of execution in Spanish:

execution

Pronunciation: /ˌeksɪˈkjuːʃən/

n

  • 2 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (putting to death) ejecución (feminine)
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    • Although there is a trend towards prohibition, twenty of the thirty-eight states that have a death penalty still permit execution of the mentally retarded.
    • When Capote met Perry Smith - convicted to execution and on death row - he was immediately captivated by him and his discernible sensitivity.
    • She is at risk of imminent execution after her death sentence for adultery was upheld by the Supreme Court.
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    • US-led forces raided parts of a town yesterday searching for hostages threatened with execution by rebels.
    • The newspaper quoted unidentified soldiers as saying the captive had been threatened with execution and was later dumped from the back of a moving vehicle.
    • The only good news emerging is the release of the three Japanese hostages who were threatened with execution for more than a week.
  • 3 uncountable/no numerable [Law/Derecho] 3.1 (signing) firma (feminine) 3.2 (implementation) cumplimiento (masculine)
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    • Centralize planning and decentralize execution of the operation.
    • Successful implementation and execution of a security plan requires a buy-in by all employees, Hyland says.
    • Rather, the exercise emphasis is on the staff planning process, orders production, reporting, and execution of the plan.
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    • At some point, I take it, the dates specified at about line 22 or 23 on 894 were completed before execution of the relevant instruments?
    • If the hirer were to give a specific order he would be responsible for harm resulting from negligent execution of the order, but he would be liable as a principal, not vicariously.
    • The power of this Court to grant orders staying execution of judgments pending applications for special leave to appeal is undoubted.

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