perform

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  • She has performed stand-up as this character as part of her music shows.
  • She promoted the album on morning news shows and performed some songs live.
  • Many early forms of music and dance were created for each other and performed together.
  • The band performed the album in the middle of the set.
  • He continued to perform stand-up at night while going to school during the day.
  • After each step has been completed, there is always another step to be performed.
  • It was the very first time that the score was performed live in Europe.
  • Special care must be taken when talking about people who perform under their own name.
  • It can do whatever we know how to order it to perform.
  • This is a normal thing for any artist in any performing arts industry.
  • It was during his studies he first started performing stand-up.
  • When he was at school he wrote and performed a play called Doctor Which.
  • He was initially content working behind the scenes and had no interest in performing.
  • Today, the standard version of the opera is the version most often performed around the world.
  • The band is seen on a beach and is performing the song in play back.
  • He also had to perform under pressure, and most often did.
  • Women were forced to perform support work behind the lines.
  • Live bands are sometimes hired to perform live entrance music at special events.
  • It is the country's financial capital and a major performing arts and business center.
  • This is very useful when performing a particular action on each separate line of the field.
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Meaning of perform

  • 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
  • verb Perform a function
    Who will perform the wedding?
  • verb Give a performance (of something)
    Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight, We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera