Traducción de executive en Español:


ejecutivo, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtɪv//ɪɡˈzɛkjədɪv//ɛɡˈzɛkjʊtɪv/


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    • 1.1Comercio Administración

      (duties/position) ejecutivo
      (director/producer/editor) ejecutivo
      executive president presidente ejecutivo masculino
      • There are also significant structural impediments to presidential control of the executive branch of government.
      • At such a time, the attempt to apportion blame and responsibility between the political and executive levels of government becomes artificial and obsolete.
      • He was a full-time executive chairman and permanent secretary.
      • The appointment of the former executive chairman of Aggreko, the power generator rentals company, was well received by analysts.
      • The new executive committee has, unlike the old, a majority of his supporters.
      • He also serves as executive producer, while Tom Cruise is listed among the producers.
      • In the coming months and years, the locus of political struggle will lie between the executive branch and the legislature.
      • He accepted that his plan for control orders was a substantial increase in the executive powers of the state.
      • It would involve a flagrantly illegal and unconstitutional intervention by the executive branch into the affairs of the legislature.
      • The EU does not have separate legislative and executive branches to speak of.
      • The younger officer turned sharply on his heel to lead the new executive officer from the shuttle bay.
      • The result was a federal government in which Republicans control both the executive and legislative branches.
      • Managers make key executive decisions about the running of companies and they are answerable to a board of directors.
      • The new cabinet, though it lacks experience of executive power, has obviously learned the old knacks of governing.
      • South Korea's government has an elected legislature and a strong executive branch.
      • He is hinting that he will step back from executive duties and allow other managers to run the show.
      • During that period fifteen different and greatly distinguished citizens have, in succession, administered the executive branch of the government.
      • The company now faces antitrust investigation by the European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union.
      • From the Council of State is chosen the Council of Ministers, who have direct administrative responsibility for the executive departments.
      • The new chairman John Brady said that all matters would be considered and worked on by the new executive committee.
      • Neugebauer continued as editor of Mathematical Reviews until 1945 when a full-time executive editor was appointed.
      • EasyJet founder and former executive chairman Stelios Haji-Ioannou planned the acquisition to rapidly grow the airline.
      • It is a disgrace in political terms, because it calls into contempt the very idea of political and executive accountability.
      • The executive responsibility lies with him, and with his relevant offices.
      • He is now executive chef at the five-star Outrigger Fiji, running five restaurants and a kitchen team of 75.
      • Ms. Torres, who was formerly executive chef at Rocking Horse, cooks in a similarly dramatic style.
      • Hayes asserted executive power through his appointments and in general upheld the authority of the presidency.
      • The adoption of a budget is the principal means by which Congress holds the executive branch to account.
      • Currently, the representatives receive a monthly stipend of $400, while executive officers earn $1,250 per month.
      • But with few executive powers proposed for the assemblies, the Deputy PM has been accused by the Tories of offering little more than expensive talking shops.
      • Feller became the first executive editor of Mathematical Reviews which was set up at this time.
      • The Cabinet and its members fuse political and executive functions.
      • Now executive chairman of technology firm Connect Global Solutions, he is on the other side of the fence.
      • With Vasquez as executive producer, the series premiered in March 2001 on Nickelodeon.
      • In 1999, several veteran senior managers left, including Martin Neath, formerly executive vice president.
      • He has donned varied roles such as executive producer, playwright and screen writer.
      • The new ministers left contradictory feelings behind them after their first public appearances as representatives of the executive power.
      • In general, the government's ability to conduct surveillance on Americans has been expanded, and checks and balances on executive power have been reduced.
      • A number of people were unhappy that the executive board got powers which were previously the province of the general committee.
      • Stern is now executive vice president of business development.

    • 1.2Comercio Administración
      (for executives)

      (jet/suite/washroom) para ejecutivos
      an executive car/briefcase un coche/un maletín de ejecutivo

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    (branch/powers) ejecutivo


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    ejecutivo masculino
    ejecutiva femenino
    • According to one industry marketing executive, several people said that they weren't going to attend both shows.
    • A senior pharmaceutical company executive says estimates of the prevalence of diseases are often exaggerated.
    • A noted local business executive with significant retail responsibility once told me that he does not exhibit.
    • Trafford council has now appointed an interim chief executive.
    • Did the chief executive ask the senior manager whether such cash payments had been received?
    • If you're the chief executive or managing director of a small or medium-sized company, have you asked your IT guy this specific question?
    • In my case, as a professional, my mothering instincts overcame my desire to become a high-flying business executive.
    • As a customer, you know more about the way many businesses work than the executives and managers running them.
    • He must be the only chief executive of a public limited company in Ireland to sit in open plan space.
    • Investigators staged dawn raids on the homes and offices of senior executives.
    • Look at the structure of the typical senior executive's share option scheme.
    • Every once in a while, top corporate executives are actually made to pay for doing something not so smart.
    • Lord Marshall, the airline's chairman, will be acting chief executive until a successor is found.
    • As for Dudley, the 33-year-old is an executive with Artistic Control Management.
    • He should hold junk food and advertising executives accountable for their role in promoting obesity and disease throughout the globe.
    • Her first job will be to appoint a chief executive of the trust.
    • Usually you will need to get access through top management/senior executives.
    • Cliff's experiences are echoed by the wife of a former senior executive at a hi-tech firm.
    • Upon completion, trainees are relocated based on business needs and become either account executives or operation managers.
    • Ultimately the power to take action resides with senior managers and particularly the chief executive.
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    • 2.1(branch of government)

      the executive el (poder) ejecutivo

    • 2.2(person)

      autoridad suprema femenino

    • 2.3British (committee)

      comisión directiva femenino
      comité ejecutivo masculino
      the trade union executive la ejecutiva del sindicato
      • to be on the executive formar parte del comité ejecutivo
      • The union executive meets today ahead of a recalled national conference in Brighton next week which could endorse fresh walkouts.
      • Mr Brown, who has been suspended from his job of general secretary, said he would defend all the charges put to him by the executive of the union.
      • The union's executive decided this week to delay calling strikes until after further meetings with the companies on Friday.
      • True, he served on the executive of the 1922 committee until the election and has voted consistently against the extension of gay rights.
      • Public unity within the DUP executive is holding - but only by a fingernail.
      • The managing directors of the subsidiary organizations felt that the management executive would never see it their way, and would continue to cut their budgets.
      • Previously the Labour manifesto was agreed solely by the national executive and parliamentary committee.
      • She also paid tribute to everyone who contributed to the day to day running of the club, the executive, committee, trainers, parents and players.
      • This is Cllr Lacey's first time on the executive, a body which is charged with the administration of all aspects of party business.
      • But he added that there was still ‘some distance’ from any proposed deal he could recommend to his union executive.
      • Far-Left NUT members will tomorrow try to commit their executive to urging other teacher unions to ballot their members on a boycott.
      • At one university, the top facility executive is on good terms with top managers and with deans.
      • A left wing national executive have just been elected to run the union.
      • The union executive spent the weekend consulting local officials and individual firemen and women to gauge their mood.
      • St Angela's College has a union executive of six elected members who work part-time, and don't get paid, unlike other institutes.
      • This final provocation let the central executive to proscribe the committee on 21 September 1956.
      • The education and library service scrutiny committee has urged the executive to scrap the idea as a waste of resources.
      • The plans, including financial and legal aspects, will be put before the council's ruling executive on Tuesday.
      • It is thought likely that the council will consider the matter through one of its scrutiny committees or through its executive.
      • The county executive meets within the week to consider the situation, with power to make a nomination of its own.