n. （公司或机构的）经理，领导层; （政府的）行政部门
adj. 行政的; 管理的; 高级的
An executive is someone who is employed by a business at a senior level. Executives decide what the business should do, and ensure that it is done.
...an advertising executive.
...Her husband is a senior bank executive.
The executive sections and tasks of an organization are concerned with the making of decisions and with ensuring that decisions are carried out.
A successful job search needs to be as well organised as any other executive task...
I don't envisage I will take an executive role, but rather become a consultant on merchandise and marketing.
Executive goods are expensive goods designed or intended for executives and other people at a similar social or economic level.
...an executive briefcase.
...a chain of shops specialising in pricey executive toys.
The executive committee or board of an organization is a committee within that organization which has the authority to make decisions and ensures that these decisions are carried out.
He sits on the executive committee that manages Lloyds...
Some executive members have called for his resignation.
The executive is the part of the government of a country that is concerned with carrying out decisions or orders, as opposed to the part that makes laws or the part that deals with criminals.
The government, the executive and the judiciary are supposed to be separate...
The matter should be resolved by the executive branch of government.
1. a person responsible for the administration of a business
2. persons who administer the law
3. someone who manages a government agency or department
1. having the function of carrying out plans or orders etc.;
The Chief Executive should be experienced in business administration.
A former company executive describes him as the embodiment of Nike's image.
The executive could not alienate any part of our territory.
He is a man of great executive ability.
The President of the United States is the executive head of the government.