In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(carry out)(plan) ejecutar(plan) llevar a cabo(duties) desempeñar(duties) ejercer(orders) ejecutar(orders) cumplirComputing ejecutar
- It executes program instructions, writes and reads information to or from memory, and accesses peripheral devices such as serial ports and disk controllers.
- Modern microprocessors can execute three or more instructions per clock cycle.
- Well, in this league, the players can only suggest and we go out and try to execute the game plan from the coaching staff.
- Once you click OK, all of these commands are executed in order in the window shown in Figure 14.
- According to O'Brien, UW's defensively-heavy game plan was executed to perfection in the opening portion of the game.
- How well your startup or small business does has as much to do with your big idea as it does with the tools used to plan and execute your strategy.
- That is why I had to devise all sorts of procedural and data checks to make sure that the work was executed correctly.
- Colonel Casper's staff, aviators, and soldiers executed this mission with great professionalism.
- Thankfully my plan was executed to perfection.
- Keeping the enemy on his toes deters and interdicts his ability to effectively execute the chosen course of action.
- Parsons has also demonstrated vision and can effectively communicate and execute strategic plans.
- We must, therefore, commend the security forces for the way they executed the plans put in place by their superior officers.
- You've got to give them the big picture, get them to believe in the team philosophy, and then execute the plan to achieve the results, which is winning.
- Corruption arises primarily through the manipulations of middlemen and contractors who are used to execute these works.
- Their orders: to start executing the plan the day the deal closes.
- Emergency procedures should be executed in a timely manner, consistent with the nature of the emergency.
- Every decision we make seeks to provide soldiers what they need to successfully execute the missions that we assign them.
- Was he being richly rewarded for having faithfully executed what he was told to do?
- With Code Morphing, the translation process can be optimized by looking at the generated code and minimizing the number of instructions executed.
- Privilege Level means that the program can execute all CPU instructions.
- A transactional leader is one who can plan and execute an implementation strategy with precision.
- You are the ones to come up with the brightest ideas and physical energy to execute the hard work necessary to build our country.
- Corporate PR pros helped plan and execute the strategy.
- Rural road works are executed by a number of agencies in India with a multiplicity of objectives.
- "This was a carefully co-ordinated operation which was executed successfully, " he said.
1.2(perform)(turn/dance/movement) ejecutarMusic interpretar
- One soldier managed to successfully execute the somersault maneuver that most people are familiar with from the childhoods.
- I protested that I had to enter the bus lane (which, incidentally, was bus-free at the time) to execute a left turn.
- Entertaining the masses, though, isn't nearly as exhilarating as executing a perfect dive.
- When this maneuver is properly executed, you can literally turn within one wingspan.
- Usually performed by small groups of competing dancers, this segment is performed by a large group of dancers executing the steps in perfect syncopation.
- When airborne and safely isolated from other traffic, he'd let me take the stick and execute cautious dives, climbs, and turns.
- This third try was symptomatic of a day of off-load practice for Bradford as they were given maximum time and space to execute their manoeuvres.
- We turned around and executed an emergency descent to 10,000 feet.
- To make the change, you have to forget about where the ball is going and totally focus on learning how to execute the slide step.
- Its virtuosic male performers towered impressively on stilts while executing complex choreography and astonishing feats of acrobatics.
- Jamie executes a perfect jump turn beside me and asks innocently, ‘Are you all right, Daddy?’
- Paddy's two goals were executed to perfection - they were quality finishes.
- While figure skating involves graceful acrobatic manoeuvres with music in the background, the freestyle performer executes a set of movements tracing a figure on the floor.
- He drove a very strong race pushing hard throughout and perfectly executing an overtaking manoeuvre over Michael that turned out to be decisive for us to finish third.
- After executing the movement, lower the bar back slowly to the original position.
- York were unprepared for Featherstone's short kick-off which they executed to perfection.
- Occasionally, executing a standard manoeuvre such as a left turn would cause your car to shut down and refuse to restart, in which case you would need to reinstall the engine.
- The manoeuvre was expertly executed, the finish applied with an aplomb of which Ian would have been proud.
- This was intense - the dancers working so hard that sweat was flying from them as they executed turns.
- Wearing a less revealing tank top instead will still allow you to see just enough skin and muscle to properly execute your training movements.
- Although he had time to shoot under Marshall, Luna swivelled and as the keeper bore down on him executed a dive of glorious artistic merit.
2(put to death)(criminal/murderer) ejecutar
3.1(sign, seal)(will/legal document/contract) cumplir con las formalidades de
- If he elects to have another person registered he shall execute an instrument of transfer of the share to that person.
- No new beneficial interest is created in favour of the appellant or anybody else, and the property remains subject to the same trusts as it did before the instrument was executed.
- If amount is in foreign currency, stamp duty is charged on the Irish equivalent according to the exchange rate prevailing on the day the instrument is executed.
- So the rights, whatever they were, were created, at least according to the language of the documents, a week before the dutiable instrument was executed.
- Once a security instrument is executed, says GMAC, it attaches immediately to all assets covered by that instrument.
3.2(give effect to)(will) ejecutar
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