›[C or U]how successful an investment, company, etc. is and how much profit it makes: The Fund's past performance does not necessarily indicate how it will perform in the future.good/solid/strong performanceLast year saw a strong performance from the high-street retailer.bad/disappointing/poor performanceThe retailer said it would restructure operations to cut costs after its disappointing performance of the past year.business/economic/financial performanceFinancial performance was below expectations and we are working on improvements.boost/improve/measure performanceThe board is under pressure to improve performance following a profits warning in January.The business value model should include high-level performance measures such as profitability, market growth, etc.operating/trading performance
›[U]IThow well a computer, machine, etc. works: The latest Intel-based notebooks rival PC performance.
›[U]how well someone does their job or their duties: good/impressive/poor perfomanceHe was fired for poor performance.John's departure is not directly related to his performance.
›formalLAWthe act of doing what is stated in a legal agreement: Subject to due performance of its obligations, each Party shall be entitled to receive copies of all results.