v. 执行; 起…作用; 演出; 表现（好 / 不好）
When you perform a task or action, especially a complicated one, you do it.
We're looking for people of all ages who have performed outstanding acts of bravery, kindness or courage...
His council had had to perform miracles on a tiny budget...
If something performs a particular function, it has that function.
A complex engine has many separate components, each performing a different function.
If you perform a play, a piece of music, or a dance, you do it in front of an audience.
Gardiner has pursued relentlessly high standards in performing classical music...
This play was first performed in 411 BC...
If someone or something performs well, they work well or achieve a good result. If they perform badly, they work badly or achieve a poor result.
He had not performed well in his exams...
England performed so well against France at Wembley...
1. carry out or perform an action;
2. perform a function;
3. give a performance (of something);
4. get (something) done;
perform, conduct, do, execute, fulfil
I have a duty to perform.
He has taught his dog to perform some clever tricks.
Semiconductor devices can perform a variety of control functions in electronic equipment.
Those who perform deeds of merIt'shall be rewarded.
The children always perform a nativity play every Christmas.