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performance /pəˈfɔːməns $ pərˈfɔːr-/ noun

ایفاء ، ساخت ، عمل کرد ، عملکرد ، سطح کارائی ، اجرا ، نمایش ، ایفا ، کاربرجسته ، شاهکار ، کارایی ، انجام ، علوم مهندسی: انجام ، کامپیوتر: کارائی ، معماری: نمود ، قانون ـ فقه: انشاء معامله ، روانشناسی: عملکرد ، بازرگانی: اجراء ، میزان کارائی ، علوم نظامی: کار وسیله یا دستگاه بازده عمل
مهندسی صنایع: انجام ، اجرا ، نشان دادن ، ارایه کردن ، عملکرد ، کارایی مهندسی صنایع: نت: کارایی-اجرا الکترونیک: کارایی ، کامپیوتر: اجرای ، تجارت خارجی: اجرا ، ایفای ، انجام ، علوم مهندسی: انشای معامله ، حقوق: اجرا ، انجام ، ساخت ، نمود ، معماری: اجرا ، عمل کرد ، کار وسیله یا دستگاه بازده عمل ، علوم نظامی: عملکرد ، روانشناسی: عملکرد ، سطح کارایی ، میزان کارایی ، اقتصاد: اجرا، نمایش ، ایفا، کاربرجسته ، شاهکار، کارایی ، انجام کامپیوتر: کارایی ، اجرا

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- carrying out, accomplishment, achievement, act, completion, execution, fulfilment, work
- presentation, acting, appearance, exhibition, gig (informal), play, portrayal, production, show

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

performance S2 W1 /pəˈfɔːməns $ pərˈfɔːr-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: performance, performer; verb: perform; adjective: performing]

1. [countable]
when someone performs a play or a piece of music
performance of
Their performance of Mozart’s Concerto in E flat was finely controlled and dramatic.
This evening’s performance will begin at 8.00 pm.

2. [uncountable and countable] how well or badly a person, company etc does a particular job or activity:
Sean’s performance at school has greatly improved.
I was impressed by the team’s performance.
The country's economic performance so far this year has been good.
Shareholders blamed him for the company' s poor performance.
her disappointing performance in the Olympics
Exam results are used as performance indicators (=things that show how well something is done) for schools.

3. [uncountable] the act of doing a piece of work, duty etc
performance of
the performance of his official duties

4. [uncountable] how well a car or other machine works:
The car’s performance on mountain roads was impressive.
an imaging system using high-performance (=very effective) technology

5. a performance British English spoken a process that takes a lot of unnecessary time and effort:
Shopping at the markets turned out to be quite a performance.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. sth performed
ADJ. live | public | evening, matinee | amateur, professional | cameo | solo | repeat The party are dreading a repeat performance of their defeat in the last election.
ballet, concert, dance, musical, opera, theatrical | benefit, charity
VERB + PERFORMANCE give, put on The theatre is putting on a performance of the popular musical ‘Cats’.
attend, go to
PERFORMANCE + NOUN art | artist
PREP. in ~ The course aims to develop the children's appreciation of music in performance.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. way in which sth is done
ADJ. brilliant, convincing, dazzling, electrifying, excellent, fine, flawless, good, great, impressive, inspired, outstanding, polished, remarkable, sparkling, spirited, strong, superb, wonderful The recording gives the most convincing performance of Stravinsky's ‘Rite of Spring’ to date. the country's strong economic performance over the last two years
bad, disappointing, lacklustre, poor | satisfactory | consistent | central Mel Gibson's central performance in the film as Hamlet
all-round, overall He got top marks for overall academic performance.
business, economic, financial, sales | academic, school
VERB + PERFORMANCE deliver, give, put in The team put in an excellent performance at the World Cup.
affect | assess, measure | improve
PERFORMANCE + NOUN indicator, level, measure, measurement, standard, target
PREP. ~ as her fine performance as Ophelia
~ from The film has a great performance from Jack Lemmon.
~ on his flawless performance on the piano
PHRASES a level/measure/quality/standard of performance to maintain a high level of performance
on past performance Sales forecasts were based on past performance.
the proper performance of your duties

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. of a machine
ADJ. high | low, poor | engine
VERB + PERFORMANCE affect | assess, measure | enhance, improve
performing arts
write ~
   He's written a new West End musical.
do, present, perform, produce, put on, stage ~
   We are proud to present the play ‘Rocket to the Moon’. The drama group is doing a show.
direct ~
   She is directing Verdi's opera ‘La Traviata’ at La Scala next year.
act in, appear in, perform in, sing in, star in ~
   He starred in the West End hit musical ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’.
rehearse (for) ~
   We had no time to rehearse for the play.
go to the ballet/opera/theatre
   I haven't been to the theatre for ages.
see ~
   Have you seen that new production of ‘Macbeth’?
~ open
   ‘The Nutcracker’ opens in December.
~ play, run
   The show has been playing to packed houses.
   The show ran for years on Broadway.

~ close
   The musical closes this week after a record number of performances.
a play/show folds
   The play folded after poor reviews.
at the ballet/opera/theatre
   We met at the opera.
in a/the ~
   the characters in the play
~ by
   a comedy by Molière

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


give a performance
Samuel Jackson gives a terrific performance as Elijah.
turn in/deliver a performance (=give a performance)
Both actors turn in great performances.
In the role of Carmen, Ms Leblanc delivered a quite exquisite performance.
go to a performance (also attend a performance formal)
We can go to the evening performance if you prefer.
The Princess attended a performance of The Magic Flute at the London Coliseum.
a fine/great performance
There are fine performances by Kathy Bates and Daryl Hannah.
a memorable performance (=good and easy to remember)
There were memorable performances from Madonna and U2.
a brilliant/magnificent/superb performance
Rogers gave a brilliant performance of Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1.
a virtuoso performance (=one showing great skill)
He delivered a virtuoso performance as The Phantom Of The Opera.
a live performance (=one performed for people who are watching)
This is the band’s first live performance since last year.
a solo performance (=one performed by a single musician, not a group)
Young’s solo performances are often his most effective.
England needs to produce another good performance against France.
The performance of the retail sector continues to be strong.
Why is his performance in school so poor?
The country’s recent economic performance has been disappointing.
lacklustre (=not good or impressive)
The team must improve on Saturday’s lacklustre performance.
economic performance
Its economic performance has not matched that of other countries.
financial performance
Our overall financial performance has improved.
improve sb’s performance
These changes significantly improve the performance of the engine.
produce a performance
Tiger Woods produced one of the best performances of his career.
put in/up a (good/bad etc) performance
Liverpool put in a marvellous performance in the second half.
assess sb’s performance (=judge how good or bad it is)
Banks assess the performance and prospects of firms before lending.
monitor sb’s performance
The children's performance at school is continually monitored.
performance indicators (=things that show how well someone or something is doing)
We use a set of performance indicators to assess the level of progress.
performance targets
Several train operators failed to meet the performance targets.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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