- [C]主管,高级行政人员,行政官 person who carries out what has been planned or decided
- [C]行政部门 executive branch
- [A]执行的,行政的 concerned with making and carrying out decisions; having the power to carry out decisions and laws
a person responsible for the administration of a business
persons who administer the law
someone who manages a government agency or department
having the function of carrying out plans or orders etc.;
"the executive branch"
- The executive manager tossed out my application.
- I was allowed to sit in on an executive meeting.
- He is on the executive committee.
- An executive should be experienced in administration.
- A good executive usually gets on well with people.
- He is the executive of that famous corporation.
- The executive has〔have〕 been making decisions about the future of the company.
- The routine office work had all been delegated to his executive staff.
- He is a man of great executive ability.
Difficulties that appear to be as much executive as interpretational.出自：Gramophone
This is the first time in the history of the Congress and the executive branch that we have worked out jointly an arms control proposal.出自：New York Times
Executive editor of the Washington Post.出自：National Observer (US)
Arrangements for the special constitutional assembly..are to be made by the party's executive committee.出自：Times