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Translation of "perform" - English-Spanish dictionary

perform

verb /pəˈfoːm/
to do, especially with care or as a duty realizar, efectuar, ejecutar The doctor performed the operation.
to act (in the theatre/theater etc ) or do anything musical, theatrical etc to entertain an audience representar The company will perform a Greek play She performed on the violin.
performance noun
the doing of something realización, ejecución, cumplimiento He is very conscientious in the performance of his duties.
the way in which something or someone performs resultado, desempeño His performance in the exams was not very good.
something done on stage etc representación, actuación The company gave a performance of ’Othello’ His last three performances have been excellent.
performer noun
a person who performs, especially theatrically or musically artista, intérprete The concert attracted some of the country’s top performers.
performance assessment noun
an approach to measuring students’ skills in which they are given authentic performance tasks which require them to actively show what they can do with their knowledge Evaluación de Rendimiento Performance assessments have the advantage of being able to provide clear evidence of students’ achievements.
(Definition of perform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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