person who carries out what has been planned or decided
concerned with making and carrying out decisions; having the power to carry out decisions and laws
"the executive branch"
Difficulties that appear to be as much executive as interpretational.
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.