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n. Informal
1. An executive.
2. The executive officer of a unit of the armed forces.



n. Informal.
1. an executive, esp. in business.
[1895–1900; by final shortening]


1. executive.
2. executor.
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Noun1.EXEC - the chief executive department of the United States government
executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States


Informal. A person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization:


[ɪgˈzɛk] n (=executive) (= manager) → cadre mf
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