From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexecex‧ec /ɪɡˈzek/ noun [countable] x-refan informal word for executive
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execWhat was I supposed to do, tell the account execs to dump half their clients?To help the process, Napster has published the email addresses of key music business execs on its site.Initiative supporters say fraudulent execs should not be allowed to hide behind a corporate shield.Giants team execs insist the new ballpark train has picked up too much steam to be stopped by one or two players.
From King Business Dictionaryexecex‧ec /ɪgˈzek/ noun [countable] informalJOB an executiveEmployers want execs skilled in marketing, accounting and controlling costs.Origin exec (1800-1900) EXECUTIVE1