Friday, September 18, 2015

What is the Meaning of: Execution | Concept and Definition of: Execution


Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

From latin exsecutĭo, the term execution allows to allude to the action and the effect of run. This word, in its turn, includes several meanings: make a work, perform a duty judgment, interpreting/play musical, discredit completely someone achieve something easily, defeat someone in an obvious way, to carry out a project, or computer, performing the function requested by the instructions of a program.
A performance can therefore be an action that is done. For example: "I gave an order and I would like to see its performance at the most quickly ', 'execution cannot be implemented three days after the respective request', 'the Marseille player made a false step in the execution of the penalty and his team failed to equalize the match.
In the field of art, execution concerns the way to do something: ' execution of the pianist was phenomenal: the public applauded him standing for several minutes ', 'the idea of the sculptor seemed interesting. However, enjoying the final work there as the sensation that there is something fishy at the level of execution".
In the context of law and justice, the concept of execution provides two broad meanings. Firstly, it means the Act of killing a person sentenced by the authority: "Despite the protests of thousands of people, the execution of the Iraqi dictator took place last week", "this is about two hours that the execution of the killer took series from Texas by lethal injection.
Execution is, moreover, a judicial procedure that is to seize the property of a debtor to recover the debt in question: "nothing or no one can prevent the execution: we really need to leave the House», «intendant promised that he would hold executions detrimental to the debtor mortgage.
Note: This translation is provided for educational purposes and may contain errors or be inaccurate.

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