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performance in English:

1. perform perform


My band will perform this week at Chuck's Bar and Grill. Please come and see us.
My robot will prepare meals, clean, wash dishes, and perform other household tasks.
Tom and Mary were my backup singers back when I used to perform.
perform the audit
1. I'll find someone who can perform one. / 2. We will perform Chopin's Trio in G Minor.
If you perform a quick search through your favorite online megastore you'll see that dozens of drones are available.
For no one could perform the miraculous sign you are doing if God were not with him.
Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.
The position is conditional on how well you are able to perform.
TEPCO is looking for "jumpers", workers who will jump into highly radioactive sections of the plant to quickly perform tasks before running out as fast as possible.
to perform one's contractual obligations; to perform surgery
Macintosh program performs time‐series analysis
Once I saw a magican who performed an incredible trick.
Software performs...
Relative pronouns perform as 'conjunction + pronoun'.

English word "performance"(perform) occurs in sets:

Michal - Sem6 - Kolos 01
Word formation nouns

2. when someone performs a play or a piece of music when someone performs a play or a piece of music



3. execution execution


A stay of execution was ordered at the eleventh hour.
execution of the order, of the capital punishment, execution of alimony, enforcement of payment
A regional observatory will be directed to monitor the execution of the plan.
Upon the day appointed for their execution she cut off her hair and dressed herself as if going to a fete.

English word "performance"(execution) occurs in sets:

angielski synonimy

4. the moment in which there is at least one spectator the moment in which there is at least one spectator



English word "performance"(the moment in which there is at least one spectator) occurs in sets:

Most common nouns 251 - 300

5. performance performance


Even if the performance is good, I still say we drop the project.
I get really bad performance anxiety before I give a speech.
Would you like to see a live performance of a play with me Saturday?
performance review
There was nothing wrong with their ability, it was just that the expense for each unit was so vast that the cost performance was bad.
He organized his overcrowded schedule and managed to come to see my performance.
A musician friend of mine gave an impromptu performance of a piece he had just finished composing.
I absolutely love going to concerts not just because I get a chance to meet the musician or singer but because of the wondrous feeling of a live performance.
The power of doing anything with quickness is always prized much by the possessor, and often without any attention to the imperfection of the performance.
Mr Pryor collapsed with a subarachnoid haemorrhage when rehearsing for a performance in Paris. He was taken to local hospital but passed away at 4:23 pm.
The high performance and the elegant design of this model have combined to give it a high reputation.
A critic once said that if you saw my ballet paintings, you didn't have to go to a live performance.
However, we must make proper use of this agreement and constantly assess its performance.
Working together in a team and across departments is a decisive factor in improving company performance.
Dell’s performance is truly breathtaking: its factories construct 80000 machines per day and it can operate without warehouses

English word "performance"(performance) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 6

6. action or process of performing a task or function action or process of performing a task or function



English word "performance"(action or process of performing a task or function) occurs in sets:

Basic concepts

7. results results


She achieved remarkable results.
Amazingly, it took only between five and seven people to get the packets delivered, and the results were published in the magazine Psychology today.
War results only in senseless and violent destruction.
In other aspects, the results of Laowang's health examination were all quite normal; it was just that his blood pressure was a bit high.
The precious results of democracy are the apple of the people's eye and the people will fight to maintain these ideals.
If you have the money, then you may use it with other treatments, but the results from hypnotism alone should be plenty.
I want to draw your attention toward last quarter's results which are very encouraging.
There are a number of methodological problems here, not to mention the inaccuracy of some of the results.
Even if the opinions of others can be supressed, I cannot imagine to what results my speech may lead.
It is a toss-up whether to drink sake or whiskey; too much of either results equally in drunken revelry.
We used to compile survey results using spreadsheet programs but recently we feel that database software's summing methods are quicker so we use databases to total them.
For too long society has placed sole emphasis on children's test results, to the detriment of social discipline.
Moreover, they underscored the need for providing policy relevant ready-to-use scientific results and methodology.
The publication of the exam results over without incident, for the time being attention is naturally going to focus on the summer break, right?
When you have things you don't understand written on you, what will you do, if you get unexpected results?