perform

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Englisch - Türkisch
rol yapmak
icra etmek
yapmak

Tom 100 saat toplum hizmeti yapmak zorundaydı. - Tom had to perform 100 hours of community service.

Bir ilk yardım görevlisi olan Tom, kalp krizi geçiren birisi üzerinde manevi olarak CPR yapmakla yükümlüdür. - As a first-aider, Tom is morally obligated to perform CPR on someone who's had a heart attack.

yerine getirmek

Söz vermek bir şeydir, ve diğeri yerine getirmektir. - It is one thing to promise, and another to perform.

{f} uygulamak
oynamak
yürütmek
{f} oynamak (rol)
(Avrupa Birliği) ifa etmek
eda etmek
sunmak
performansı ... olmak
sahnelemek
oynatmak
performans sergilemek
müz.çalmak
temsil etmek
rol oynamak
rol almak
gerçekleştir

Sıfırdan bir ülke yaratmada bir deney gerçekleştirin. - Perform an experiment in creating a country from scratch.

Onlar böyle bir görevi gerçekleştirmek için yenilikçi bir teknik kullanacaklar. - They will use an innovative technique to perform such a task.

oyna/yap
{f} konser vermek
{f} işlemek
çalmak
{f} (oyunu) oynamak; (müzik
{f} -in performansı ... olmak: The car performed well. Arabanın performansı iyiydi
{f} numara yapmak
{f} (oyuncu/sanatçı) oynamak
icabını yapmak ifa etmek
rolünü yapmak
ses veya çalgı ile müzik yapmak
{f} canlandırmak
görmek

Cumartesi günü benimle bir oyunun canlı performansını görmek ister misin? - Would you like to see a live performance of a play with me Saturday?

performance
{i} performans

Elektrikli otomobillerin performansı arttı. - The performance of electric cars has improved.

Onun performansı inanılmazdı. - His performance was amazing.

performer
{i} oyuncu

Mary bir star oyuncu. - Mary is a star performer.

Seyirci oyuncuyu alkışladı. - The audience applauded the performer.

perform prayer
namaz kılmak
perform salaat
namaz kılmak
perform the salaat
namaz kılmak
perform a ceremony
tören düzenlemek
perform a ceremony
merasim yapmak
perform a ceremony
tören yapmak
perform a dance
dans etmek
perform a duet
düet yapmak
perform a duty
görev yapmak
perform a duty
görev görmek
perform a marriage ceremony
nikah kıymak
perform a medical intervention
tıbbi müdahalede bulunmak
perform a military exercise
(Askeri) tatbikat düzenlemek
perform a miracle
mucize gerçekleştirmek
perform a puppet show
kukla oynatmak
perform a religious ceremony
ayin yapmak
perform a service
hizmet vermek
perform a surgical operation
ameliyat altına almak
perform a task
(Politika, Siyaset) bir görevi yerine getirmek
perform a task
görev yürütmek
perform a task
görev görmek
perform a work or a study
çalışma yürütmek
perform a work or a study
çalışmada bulunmak
perform ablution
abdest almak
perform an ablution
abdest almak
perform an analysis
analiz yapmak
perform an encore
(bir konserde vb) bis yapmak
perform an experiment
deney yapmak
perform an operation
operasyon gerçekleştirmek
perform an operation
operasyon yürütmek
perform an operation
operasyon düzenlemek
perform an operation
ameliyat uygulamak
perform an operation
(Tıp) operasyon yapmak
perform art
sanat yapmak
perform autopsy
otopsi yapmak
perform control
kontrol yapmak
perform duty
görmek
perform five time prayer
beş vakit namaz kılmak
perform fully
eksiksiz çalışmak
perform fussion
(Tıp) füzyon uygulamak
perform good deeds
hayırlar işlemek
perform imitation
taklit yapmak
perform measurement
ölçümden geçirmek
perform measurement
ölçüm yapmak
perform military service
vatani görevini yapmak
perform morning prayer
sabah namazı kılmak
perform one's imitation
birinin taklidini yapmak
perform one's imitation
birisinin taklidini yapmak
perform oral sex
(Argo) oral çekmek
perform someone's imitation
taklidini yapmak
perform the decision
kararı uygulamak
perform the decision
karar uygulamak
perform transactions
muamele yapmak
perform without preparation
doğaçlama yapmak
perform without preparation
doğaçlama
perform works or studies
çalışmalar yapmak
perform a dance
dans et
perform a folk dance
folk dansı yap
perform an action
iş yap
perform surgery on
ameliyat et
perform to the end
sonuna kadar yap
perform live
canlı performans gösterme
perform a folk dance
folk dansı yapmak
perform an action
işlem gerçekleştirme
perform an obligation
(Kanun) borç ifa etmek
perform perfunctorily
baştan savma biçimde yapmak
perform to the end
sonuna kadar yapmak
performance
oyun

Koç'un onun saha performansını değerlendirmek için her oyuncuyla bire bir görüşmesi vardı. - The coach had a one-on-one discussion with each player to evaluate his performance on the field.

Oyun henüz başladı mı? - Has the performance started yet?

performance
yerine getirme
performance
gösteri

Bugünkü gösteri için hiç biletin var mı? - Do you have any tickets for today's performance?

O, gösteriden sonra kulise gitti. - After the performance, she went backstage.

performance
prodüktivite
performance
(Dilbilim) dil kullanımı
performance
(Sinema) görmelik
performance
(Tiyatro) oynayış
performance
(İnşaat) eylem
performance
işleyim
performance
(Ticaret) başarı derecesi
performance
randıman
performance
(İnşaat) işlevsellik
performance
çalma
performance
üretkenlik
performance
icra etme
performance
sahneye koyma
performance
uygulayım
performance
icra edilme
performance
verimlilik
performance
numara
performance
oynama (oyunu)
performance
(Ticaret) sonuç
performance
(Ticaret) ortaya koyma
performance
seans
performed
gerçekleştirilmiş
performed
yerine getirilmiş
performed
uygulanmış
performed
gerçekleştirilen
performed
yapılmış
performed
başarılmış
performers
(Politika, Siyaset) icracılar
performance
ifa
performance
verim
performance
icra
performed
{f} gerçekleştir

Oyuncu, harika bir başarı gerçekleştirdi. - The player performed a wonderful feat.

Rus kozmonot Aleksey Leonov 18 Mart 1965'ye ilk uzay yürüyüşünü gerçekleştirdi. - Russian cosmonaut Alexei Leonov performed the first spacewalk on March 18, 1965.

performer
artist
performer
müzisyen
performing
{f} yap

Adli tabip onun neden öldüğünü bulmak için Tom üzerinde bir otopsi yapıyor. - The coroner is performing an autopsy on Tom to find out why he died.

Tom Heimlich manevrasını yaparak Mary'nin hayatını kurtardı. - Tom saved Mary's life by performing the Heimlich maneuver.

performing
{i} yapma

Onlar onun operasyonu yapmasında yardım etti. - They assisted him in performing the operation.

performance
başarı
Performance
ρerformans
Performance
basarik
out perform
çıkış yapmak
performance
Edim
performance
Bir sanatçının sanatını icra ettiği mekânda sanatını icra edişi, sergilemesi; performans
performing
yapan
to accomplish
gerçekleştirmek için
to be perform
olmak gerçekleştirmek için
enable to perform as
olarak işlemesini sağlamak
performance
temsil
performance
put up a good performance başarmak
performance
başarım
performance
{i} icraat
performance
(Mukavele) iş; çalışma; performans; uygulama
performance
işleme
performance
göster

Cuma gösterisi için mevcut hiç bilet yoktu. - There were no tickets available for Friday's performance.

Tom Mary'nin gösterisinden sonra alkışlamadı. - Tom didn't clap after Mary's performance.

performance
(Askeri) RANDIMAN; VERİM; PERFORMANS: Bir makine veya cihazın rakamlarla ifade edilen gerçek çalışma kapasitesi. Bu kapasite, çeşitli itibari nispetlerle ifade olunur
performance
{i} yapma
performance
başarma gücü
performance
güç
performance
{i} (oyunu) oynama; (oyun) oynanma
performance
amel
performance
{i} çalma, icra etme; (müzik eseri) çalınma, icra edilme
performance
benefit performance yardım için yapılan gösteri veya temsil
performer
{i} yerine getiren
performer
{i} yerine getiren kimse
performer
sahneye çıkan kimse
performer
icracı
performer
yapan
performer
sanatçı

Tom harika bir sanatçı. - Tom is a great performer.

Sanatçılar konserden sonra yakındaki bir restoranda bir parti ile kutlama yaptılar. - After the concert the performers celebrated with a party at a nearby restaurant.

performer
oyuncu/sanatçı
performing
gösteri
performing
oynama
performing
becerikli
performing
sergileme
performing
hünerli
performing
icra
Englisch - Englisch
To do something in front of an audience in order to entertain it

The string quartet performed three pieces by Haydn.

To do something; to execute

It took him only twenty minutes to perform the task.

to accomplish
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"
{v} to do, execute, discharge, succeed
To represent; to act; to play; as in drama
When you perform a task or action, especially a complicated one, you do it. His council had had to perform miracles on a tiny budget Several grafts may be performed at one operation
perform a function; "Who will perform the wedding?
give a performance (of something); "Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight"; "We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera"
get (something) done; "I did my job"
{f} do, carry out, execute; act, fulfill a role in a show; present; arrange; direct, manage
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 `State-owned industries will always perform poorly,' John Moore informed readers
To discharge; to fulfill; to act up to; as, to perform a duty; to perform a promise or a vow
to represent sometimes by action; to act a part; to play on a musical instrument; as, the players perform poorly; the musician performs on the organ
If something performs a particular function, it has that function. A complex engine has many separate components, each performing a different function
To do something
perform a function; "Who will perform the wedding?"
To do, execute, or accomplish something; to acquit one's self in any business; esp
To carry through; to bring to completion; to achieve; to accomplish; to execute; to do
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 He began performing in the early fifties, singing and playing guitar
perform a task
do a job, do an assignment
perform one's duties
accomplish one's assigned tasks, fulfill one's responsibilities
perform one's duty
fulfill an obligation, live up to one's responsibility
perform the last offices
perform a funeral service
perform wonders
do miraculous deeds, do amazing things
performance
That which is performed or accomplished; a thing done or carried through; an achievement; a deed; an act; a feat; especially, an action of an elaborate or public character
performance
In Computer science: The amount of useful work accomplished by a computer system compared to the time and resources used. Better Performance means more work accomplished in shorter time and/or using less resources
performance
{n} the act of performing, a work
performer
{n} one who performs, one who plays
to perform
{v} exploit
To perform
parfourn
To perform
parforn
performance
{i} show, presentation; execution; act, deed; act of presenting an artistic work to an audience
performance
A major factor in determining the overall productivity of a system, performance is primarily tied to availability, throughput and response time
performance
The act of performing; the carrying into execution or action; execution; achievement; accomplishment; representation by action; as, the performance of an undertaking of a duty
performance
A measure of how well a fund is doing Two commonly used mutual fund performance measures are yield (which measures dividends) and total return (which measures dividends plus changes in net asset value)
performance
The measure of success of an investment A performance calculation on investment fund shares is based on their current asset value (= redemption-, or bid price), plus any interim income distributions (which, in the case of an investment account at DWS, are reinvested at no extra cost) This is the BVI method, the method used by the German Association of Investment Companies
performance
A measure of how well a system or item functions in the expected environments
performance
A car's performance is its ability to go fast and to increase its speed quickly
performance
Denotes what an individual actually does in a real life situation In medicine, it denotes what a student or doctor actually does in an encounter with a patient when applying learned knowledge and skills, mediated by clinical judgment and the use of interpersonal communication skills From this standpoint, competence implies professional maturity and ease in making difficult decisions And, although these elements are inherent in good practice, it is not easy to demonstrate them Assessment of clinical performance is of the greatest importance but is often difficult to measure
performance
process or manner of functioning or operating; "the power of its engine determine its operation"; "the plane's operation in high winds"; "they compared the cooking performance of each oven"; "the jet's performance conformed to high standards"
performance
A human activity, interactional in nature and involving symbolic forms and live bodies, which constitutes meaning, expressing or affirming individual and cultural values, meaning "to complete" or "to carry out thoroughly," execution, accomplishment, fulfillment; show The performance event is the embodiment or enactment of the text--usually a collaborative endeavor involving one or more performers, text, audience, context
performance
the degree to which a project or institution operates or operated according to various criteria or quality standards, such as Efficiency, Effectiveness and Relevance
performance
means any acoustic representation of a work or any visual representation of any dramatic action I including a representation made by means of any mechanical instrument or by radio communications
performance
A measure of the speed of the drive during normal operation Factors affecting performance are seek times, transfer rate, and command overhead
performance
a repeat performance: see repeat
performance
the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
performance
The degree to which a development intervention or a development partner operates according to specific criteria/standards/guidelines or achieves results in accordance with stated goals or plans
performance
A performance car is one that can go very fast and can increase its speed very quickly. see also high-performance
performance
any recognized accomplishment; "they admired his performance under stress"; "when Roger Maris powered four home runs in one game his performance merits awe"
performance
A presentation of one's work before an audience, which may include classmates, parents, or members of the community, in addition to scorers
performance
A measure of how well a fund is doing Typically, mutual fund performance measures are yield (for dividends) and total return (which measures dividends plus changes in net asset value) Increase in the Net Asset Value (NAV)
performance
A measure of how well your investment is doing; yield and total return are two commonly used mutual fund performance measures
performance
You can describe something that is or looks complicated or difficult to do as a performance. The whole process is quite a performance
performance
A live show or concert
performance
The performance of a task is the fact or action of doing it. He devoted in excess of seventy hours a week to the performance of his duties
performance
The way in which an individual, group, or organization carries out or accomplishes its important functions or processes
performance
One of the three required parts of a learning objective that describes the action that a student must exhibit It is an observable behavior It can be a task, activity, or attitude that the student will have acquired by the end of the training (Bennett and Clasper)
performance
Compare with Compliance A device can exhibit performance characteristics without being compliant to an industry standard
performance
A loose description of the adequacy of the operation of an Animat within an Environment, formally measured by a pre-defined measure of goodness of each action within the environment
performance
the act of performing; of doing something successfully; using knowledge as distinguished from merely possessing it; "they criticised his performance as mayor"; "experience generally improves performance"
performance
The results of an investment's activity over time Past performance does not guarantee future performance
performance
Someone's or something's performance is how successful they are or how well they do something. That study looked at the performance of 18 surgeons The job of the new director-general was to ensure that performance targets were met
performance
The degree to which a facility or system fulfills the purposes for which it was built or acquired, or which it is now expected to fulfill; a function of effectiveness, reliability, and cost
performance
A performance involves entertaining an audience by doing something such as singing, dancing, or acting. Inside the theatre, they were giving a performance of Bizet's Carmen. her performance as the betrayed Medea
performance
A statement of the speed at which a computer system works Or rather, might work under certain circumstances Or was rumored to be working over in Jersey about a month ago
performance
a dramatic or musical entertainment; "they listened to ten different performances"; "the play ran for 100 performances"; "the frequent performances of the symphony testify to its popularity
performance
A programmed combination of voices Performances can be splits, which divide the keyboard in two regions, FIXME See Also part, voice
performance
That which is performed or accomplished; a thing done or carried through; an achievement; a deed; an act; a feat; esp
performance
Generically, the work involved in and the results or products that accrue from conducting a process or activity Human performance describes how people do a task and what results System performance describes how systems do a task and what results Organizational performance describes what an organization does and what results
performance
The carrying out or bringing to completion of a physical activity or production of some significance, which displays one’s knowledge and judgment while engaged in the task
performance
One of the three required parts of a properly composed learning objective Observable and measurable actions that should be demonstrated by the learner after the completion of training are detailed in the performance statement
performance
an action of an elaborate or public character
performance
The act of performing; carrying into execution or action; execution; achievement; accomplishment; representation by action; as, the performance of an undertaking of a duty
performance
Refers to the metrics relating to how a particular request is handled For example, if a particular query takes 5 seconds to run, and after performance tuning, it now takes 3 seconds to run, we have boosted the performance of this query On the other hand, if a particular query now takes 15 seconds, and it used to take only 10 seconds to run, then performance has degraded
performances
plural of performance
performed
past of perform
performer
The performer of a service is the entity (controller or componentcontroller) who executes the service
performer
One who performs, accomplishes, or fulfills; as, a good promiser, but a bad performer; especially, one who shows skill and training in any art; as, a performer of the drama; a performer on the harp
performer
an entertainer who performs a dramatic or musical work for an audience
performer
The organization or individual actually conducting specific R&D work (RAND, 1997)
performer
A performer is either an intramural group or organization carrying out an operational function or an extramural organization or person receiving support or providing services under a contract or grant
performer
{i} one who performs; actor; musician
performer
In the context of GRADE, performers are those who execute tasks (e g , a department, an employee, a customer)
performer
One who performs for, or entertains, an audience
performer
A performer is a person who acts, sings, or does other entertainment in front of audiences. A performer in evening dress plays classical selections on the violin
performer
A user or role assigned to perform a human activity (notification) Notification activities that are included in a process must be assigned to a performer
performer
You can use performer when describing someone or something in a way that indicates how well they do a particular thing. Until 1987, Canada's industry had been the star performer He is a world class performer
performers
plural of performer
performing
The fourth stage of Team Building where the emphasis is on the work at hand
performing
the performance of a part or role in a drama
performing
The fourth phase of group development exemplified by task or goal accomplishment
performing
present participle of perform
performing
Voice Instruments Movement Elementary children should be provided with many opportunities to perform, both for themselves and for the enjoyment of others Since the voice is the primary instrument, songs can be used at every level for fun as well as for specific instructional objectives Singing songs in a group can promote a wonderful feeling of unity in the participants Playing classroom instruments can be a motivating activity for children In elementary music, the instruments provide a concrete, manipulative means of learning about timbre, pitch, rhythm, expression, and musical literacy Creativity can be encouraged when a wide variety of both pitched and nonpitched instruments are available for use in the classroom Movement is a basic human response to music Using movement in the classroom increases the children's involvement in music Learning is significantly enhanced when the children are actively involved
performing
vaulting
performs
third-person singular of perform
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von perform im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

perform an inventory
envanter oluşturmak
perform

    Silbentrennung

    per·form

    Türkische aussprache

    pırfôrm

    Antonyme

    fail, halt, prevent, stop, direct

    Aussprache

    /pərˈfôrm/ /pɜrˈfɔːrm/

    Etymologie

    [ p&(r)-form ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English performen, parfournen (“to perform”), from Anglo-Norman performer, parfourmer, alteration of Old French parfornir, parfurnir (“to complete, accomplish, perform”), from par- + fornir, furnir (“to accomplish, furnish”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *frumjan (“to accomplish, furnish”), from Proto-Germanic *frumjanan, *framjanan (“to further, promote, accomplish, furnish, carry out”), from Proto-Indo-European *promo- (“in front, forth”), *per- (“forward, out”). Cognate with Old High German frummen (“to do, execute, accomplish, provide”), Old Saxon frummian (“to perform, promote”), Old English fremman (“to perform, execute, carry out, accomplish”), Gothic

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    perform on

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