be put into execution—(also: be carried into execution) be carried out:
- The plan was put into execution and this was the beginning of the manufacture of woolen fabrics.
be put to execution—1. = be put into execution:
- The plan was put to execution, and the group of three moved down, alongside of the rocky wall.
2. suffer the penalty of death:
- Michael Malik was put to execution in Trinidad. He was accused of murdering a British woman Gale Benson…