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Synonyms for execute

Synonyms for execute

to oversee the provision or execution of

to compel observance of

to begin and carry through to completion

to bring about and carry to a successful conclusion

to perform according to one's artistic conception

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

Synonyms for execute

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That's the linchpin because any time a government executes it claims it's for a grave crime.
When I observed my defensive rebounders having difficulty maintaining possession while attempting to execute an outlet pass, I began emphasizing a vigorous pivot with their Power Leg and abrupt movement of the ball from one side of their body to the other in rhythm with their leg pivot.
In order to do that, one would execute a trainee analysis, which determines what the trainee already knows.
So the QB hands off to X, executes a fake to the running back, then executes play action.
Execute branded products have recently been featured on four episodes of MTV's Next and will soon be seen in the upcoming show Room 411.
At this rate, it will take more than 600 years to execute them all.
We can further complicate the center's job by having the inside LBs execute an "X" or "I" blitz behind the fan.
30-caliber deer rifles - the type used to execute Gary Gilmore at the same prison in 1977.
This means more than 1,500 unique individuals are logging in on a regular basis to help their organizations execute strategy.
Rubicon currently has several letters of intent to acquire private companies that it plans to execute in the near future.
The report positions vendors in one of four quadrants based on the companies' vision and ability to execute on that vision.
The parties have agreed on basic terms of a binding share purchase agreement, which they presently expect to execute following the completion of the Offering Group's due diligence procedures.