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American English: /pərˈfɔrmər/
British English: /pəˈfɔːmə/

Translation of performer in Spanish:


  • (Theater)
    actor, (-triz) (masculine, feminine)
    actor, (-triz) (masculine, feminine)
    (entertainer, artiste)
    (of role, piece of music)
    all the performers in the show
    todas las personas que toman ( or tomaban etc) parte en el espectáculo
    he is an impressive performer in debates
    siempre se luce en los debates
    se desempeña admirablemente en los debates (Latin America)
    poor performers who are paid too much
    trabajadores ( or ejecutivos etc) que rinden poco y ganan demasiado
    the new model is a lively performer (Cars)
    el nuevo modelo tiene mucha garra
    the firm has been one of this year's outstanding performers
    la compañía es de las que han obtenido mejores resultados este año
    Example sentences
    • The excellence of the artists and performers was enhanced by the great food and wine.
    • Arrangements are also underway for street performers to entertain the crowds.
    • Because of the young age of some of the performers, two casts will be taking part.

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