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ENTERTAIN [I, T] B1 to entertain people by acting, singing, dancing, etc
eğlendirmek, (müzik, dans, tiyatro vs.) gösteri yapmak
She has performed all over the world. The orchestra will perform music by Mozart.Playing musicSinging in general
DO [T] formal B2 to do a job or a piece of work
yapmak, icra etmek, sergilemek
In the future, many tasks will be performed by robots. Surgeons performed the operation in less than two hours.Performing a functionFunctioningActing and actsDealing with things or peopleFunctioningPerforming a function
perform well/badly, etc If something performs well, badly, etc, it works that way.
iyi/kötü çalışmak
These cars perform poorly at high speeds.Performing a functionFunctioningActing and actsDealing with things or peopleFunctioningPerforming a function
(Definition of perform from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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