English translation of 'exécution'
Example Sentences Including 'exécution'
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Aussi les retrouve -t-on là où il faut adresse, esprit, rapidité d'exécution : secrétaires, journalistes, comédiens, humoristes.Marie Claire
C'est maintenant au président de la République de décider de l'exécution de la peine et d'assumer ses responsabilités.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
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'exécution' in Other Languages
British English: execution /ˌɛksɪˈkjuːʃən/ NOUN
Execution is the act or process of killing someone as a punishment.
...execution by hanging.
- American English: execution
- Arabic: إِعْدام
- Brazilian Portuguese: execução
- Chinese: 处死刑
- Croatian: pogubljenje
- Czech: poprava
- Danish: henrettelse
- Dutch: executie
- European Spanish: ejecución
- Finnish: teloitus
- French: exécution
- German: Hinrichtung
- Greek: εκτέλεση
- Italian: esecuzione
- Japanese: 処刑
- Korean: 실행
- Norwegian: henrettelse
- Polish: wykonanie
- European Portuguese: execução
- Romanian: execuție
- Russian: казнь
- Spanish: ejecución
- Swedish: avrättning
- Thai: การประหารชีวิต
- Turkish: idam
- Ukrainian: страта
- Vietnamese: sự thi hành
British English: workmanship NOUN
Workmanship is the skill with which something is made and which affects the appearance and quality of the finished object.
The problem may be due to poor workmanship.
Translation of exécution from the Collins French to English
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