- v.执行（法令）( execute的过去式和过去分词 ); （按计划或设计）作成; 履行; 演（戏）;
The painting had been executed with meticulous attention to detail.
The whole cast executed the production with truly professional aplomb.
A well-executed shot of a tall ship is a joy to behold.
Morris executed a suite of twelve drawings in 1978.
Several detainees had been summarily executed.
He was executed by lethal injection earlier today.
He was executed for treason.
Soon the queen fell into disfavour and was executed.
The prisoner wore a blindfold when he was executed.
A month or two later they executed the king.
The man who murdered his wife was executed according to law.
The murderer was executed in a gas chamber.
Her work is executed with impeccable taste.
He was executed by crucifixion.
He was executed with fire.
1. put to death as punishment;
"claimed the body of the executed traitor"