- 2 (work, produce results) [student/worker] rendir*, trabajar; [team/athlete/vehicle] responder; [company/stocks] rendir*; [economy] marchar he performed well/badly in the local elections obtuvo buenos/malos resultados en las elecciones locales the new system is performing as expected el nuevo sistema está dando el resultado que se esperabaMore example sentences
- A member of the health care team experiencing low morale may perform at a lower standard of practice than usual.
- The process was initially introduced for local government in 2002 to give people a single overall judgment on how well their local council performs and delivers services.
- The new system will allow people to tell at a glance how their local council was performing and provide national accountability by highlighting how the performance has changed over time.
- 1 [Mus] [Theat] [play] representar, dar*; [role] interpretar, representar; [aria] interpretar, cantar; [symphony] tocar*, interpretar, ejecutar; [somersault/pas de deux/trick] ejecutar, hacer* she'd never performed Norma nunca había interpretado or representado el papel de NormaMore example sentences
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- Two noted Hohner accordion players performed this street entertainment at different times in the past, but did not work together.
- Stocking groups from across York will perform renaissance-style entertainments during the free event.
- This to me spells a director who requires foresight or who ought to hold more rehearsals after the play has been performed before an audience for at least a couple of times.
- The idea is, while there is a lot on offer for young people of a sporting bent during the holidays, there is less for those interested in singing or dancing, performing on the stage, on television or in the movies.
- The pastoral council are looking for people who can sing, dance or perform on stage for a variety show they are arranging in Moneenroe hall in March.
- The children sang and performed for a packed audience.
- 2 (carry out, fulfill) [function] desempeñar, hacer*, cumplir; [role] desempeñar; [task] ejecutar, llevar a cabo; [experiment] realizar*; [feat] llevar a cabo, realizar*; [ceremony] celebrar; [rites] practicar* to perform an operation [Med] operar, practicar* una intervención quirúrgica [formal] I'm expected to perform miracles esperan que haga milagrosMore example sentences
- If you do not inform your reader with the basics of how to accomplish a task, perform a function or use a new tool, I guarantee he will find out from someone else.
- After the session, most people feel relaxed and mellow but in complete control of all of their faculties and able to perform any task or duty such as driving or working.
- As discussed earlier, there is an increased reliance on contractors to perform mission critical tasks.
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Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.