perform, execute, do(verb)
carry out or perform an action
"John did the painting, the weeding, and he cleaned out the gutters"; "the skater executed a triple pirouette"; "she did a little dance"
perform a function
"Who will perform the wedding?"
give a performance (of something)
"Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight"; "We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera"
get (something) done
"I did my job"
To do something; to execute.
To do something in front of an audience, often in order to entertain it.
to carry through; to bring to completion; to achieve; to accomplish; to execute; to do
to discharge; to fulfill; to act up to; as, to perform a duty; to perform a promise or a vow
to represent; to act; to play; as in drama
to do, execute, or accomplish something; to acquit one's self in any business; esp., to represent sometimes by action; to act a part; to play on a musical instrument; as, the players perform poorly; the musician performs on the organ
PerForm and PerForm PRO were electronic form programs, initially designed to work under GEM in DOS. Later versions were designed to work in Windows 3.1, at which point it was succeeded by FormFlow. The initial version of PerForm was created in 1988 and was the first product released by Canadian software firm Delrina, which became best known for its later fax software program, WinFax. The electronic forms division of Delrina was sold to JetForm in 1996. JetForm in turn was bought by Adobe, and the electronic forms products were officially discontinued in 2004.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
per-form′, v.t. to do thoroughly: to carry out: to achieve: to act, as on the stage.—v.i. to do: to act a part: to play, as on a musical instrument.—adj. Perfor′mable, capable of being performed: practicable.—ns. Perfor′mance, act of performing: a carrying out of something: something done, esp. of a public character: a piece of work: an exhibition in a theatre or a place of amusement: an act or action; Perfor′mer, one who performs, esp. one who makes a public exhibition of his skill: an actor, an actress, &c.—adj. Perfor′ming, doing: trained to perform tricks. [O. Fr. parfournir, par—L. per, through, fournir, to furnish.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'perform' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3139
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Rank popularity for the word 'perform' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4276
Rank popularity for the word 'perform' in Verbs Frequency: #251
The numerical value of perform in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of perform in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of perform in a Sentence
I’m keen to see how we perform there.
Never promise more than you can perform.
He that promises most will perform least.
Life is a stage: perform your masterpiece.
They perform a crowd control function in chaos.
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