The act, manner or style of executing (actions, maneuvers, performances). (noun)
The state of being executed (accomplished). (noun)
The act of putting to death or being put to death as a penalty, or actions so associated. (noun)
The carrying into effect of a court judgment, or of a will. (noun)
The formal process by which a contract is made valid and put into binding effect. (noun)
The carrying out of an instruction, program or program segment by a computer. (noun)
Examples of word execution
I. i.138 (318,5) The sway, revenue, execution of the rest] [W: of th 'hest] I do not see any great difficulty in the words, _execution of the rest_, which are in both the old copies.
What that actually means in execution is another matter, although quite a number of prominent jurists have been asking for a wholesale repeal of the ISA, citing it as an outmoded piece of legislation that deserves no consideration in a civilised country.
Delay in execution is as bad, on the one hand, as precipitancy in resolution is on the other hand; when we have taken time to consider, and then have determined, let it never be said, we left that to be done to-morrow, which we could do to-day.
And, after less than a week of fall practice, it's already obvious the term execution means something positive in 2009.
The idea of Bette diva-ing it up as an Auntie Mameish interior decorator (with Mary Wickes as her sardonic assistant) sounds too irresistible to believe, but from the clip below the execution is a bit plodding.