per·form

/pərˈfôrm/

verb: perform
3rd person present: performs
past tense: performed
past participle: performed
gerund or present participle: performing

  1. carry out, accomplish, or fulfill (an action, task, or function).
    • work, function, or do something to a specified standard.
    • informal
      have successful or satisfactory sex with someone.
  2. present (a form of entertainment) to an audience.
    • entertain an audience, typically by acting, singing, or dancing on stage.

Origin

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French parfourmer, alteration (by association with forme ‘form’) of Old French parfournir, from par ‘through, to completion’ + fournir ‘furnish, provide’.

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