executor

  • 21 executor — noun a) A person who carries out some task. b) Someone appointed by a testator to administer a will; an administrator. See Also: dative executor, execute, executrix …

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  • 22 executor — [[t]ɪgze̱kjʊtə(r)[/t]] executors N COUNT An executor is someone whose name you write in your will when you want them to be responsible for dealing with your affairs after your death. [LEGAL] …

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  • 23 executor — /ɪg zekjυtə/ noun a person or firm that sees that the terms of a will are carried out ● He was named executor of his brother’s will …

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  • 24 executor — Synonyms and related words: actor, agent, ancestors, apprentice, architect, artificer, artist, author, begetter, beginner, builder, conceiver, constructor, craftsman, creator, designer, deviser, discoverer, doer, effector, engenderer, engineer,… …

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  • 25 executor — e|xe|cu|tor Mot Agut Adjectiu variable …

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  • 26 executor — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. trustee, agent, enforcer, executrix; see administrator , agent 1 …

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  • 27 executor — ex|ec|u|tor [ıgˈzekjutə US ər] n someone who deals with the instructions in someone s ↑will …

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  • 28 executor — ex|ec|u|tor [ ıg zekjətər, eksə,kjutər ] noun count LEGAL someone who arranges for the instructions of a dead person s WILL to be followed …

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  • 29 executor — sb. Fragm. on Seven Sins, 42 …

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  • 30 executor — ex ec·u·tor || tÉ™ n. one who puts into effect, one who carries out, one who executes; one who is appointed to carry out the terms of a will (Law) …

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  • 31 executor — [ɪg zɛkjʊtə, ɛg ] noun Law a person appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of their will. Derivatives executorial tɔ:rɪəl adjective (rare). executorship noun executory adjective …

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  • 32 executor — noun (C) a person, lawyer, or bank that deals with the instructions in someone s will 2 (2) …

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  • 33 executor — A person named in a will of another person to gather in the assets of that person s estate, paying any outstanding liabilities and distributing any residue to the beneficiaries in accordance with the instructions contained in the will …

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  • 34 executor — A person named in a will of another person to gather in the assets of that estate, pay liabilities, and distribute any residue to the beneficiaries in accordance with the instructions contained in the will …

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  • 35 executor — n guardian, custodian, trustee, Law. curator; regent, steward, factor; administrator, agent, enforcer, operator, performer …

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  • 36 executor — ex·ec·u·tor …

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  • 37 executor — ex•ec•u•tor [[t]ɪgˈzɛk yə tər[/t]] or, for 1, [[t]ˈɛk sɪˌkyu [/t]] n. 1) a person who executes, carries out, or performs some duty, job, assignment, artistic work, etc 2) law a person named in a decedent s will to carry out the provisions of that …

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  • 38 executor — /əgˈzɛkjətə / (say uhg zekyuhtuh), /ɛg / (say eg ) noun 1. someone who executes, or carries out, performs, fulfils, etc. 2. Law a person named by a testator in his or her will to carry out the provisions of the will. {Middle English executour,… …

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  • 39 executor —   Kahu waiwai, luna ho oponopono waiwai, mālama waiwai, luna ho okō kauoha …

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  • 40 Executor (software) — Executor is software for x86 based PCs that allows older 68k based Apple Macintosh programs to be run under various x86 based operating systems. Executor was created by ARDI (Abacus Research and Development, Inc.). As of 2005, Executor… …

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