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    To execute...


    I want to say that a job will be done/ the person will deliver...

    can I say " He will execute'?

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    Re: To execute...

    Yes; just be sure that you include a complete sentence about "executing" a job. This is a very strong word and needs content clarification.

    You could also say "successfully complete."

    I believe that John will be the one to successfully execute the job in America.

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