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Meanings of "perform" in Spanish English Dictionary : 52 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
perform ejercer [v]
perform llevar a cabo [v]
perform hacer [v]
General
perform actuar [v]
perform ejecutar [v]
perform celebrar [v]
perform interpretar [v]
perform practicar [v]
perform presentar [v]
perform cumplimentar [v]
perform verificar [v]
perform desempeñar [v]
perform representar [v]
perform realizar [v]
perform actuar [v]
perform administrar [v]
perform celebrar [v]
perform desempeñarse [v]
perform dar [v]
perform jinetear [v]
perform danzar [v]
perform cantar [v]
perform desenvolverse [v]
perform actuar (en frente de la audiencia) [v]
perform rendir [v] MX SV NI CR PA CU DO PR EC:W PE UY
perform funcionar [v]
perform hacer [v]
perform obrar [v]
perform poner por obra [v]
perform llenar [v]
perform desempeñar un papel [v]
perform realizar (una obra musical) [v]
Business
perform desempeñar [v]
perform ejecutar [v]
perform realizar [v]
perform cumplir [v]
perform ejercer [v]
perform funcionar [v]
perform rendir [v]
Law
perform operar [v]
perform cometer [v]
perform efectuar [v]
perform ejercitar [v]
perform cumplir [v]
perform rendir [v]
perform cumplir [v]
perform practicar [v]
perform realizar [v]
perform desarrollar una auditoría [v]
Engineering
perform practicar [v]
Informatics
perform ejecutar [v]
Aeronautics
perform llevar a cabo

Meanings of "perform" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 195 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
perform magic hechizar [v]
General
(machine) perform well responder [v]
fail perform incumplir [v]
perform exquisitely bordar [v]
group of people who, jointly, perform unpaid work callapa [f] VE
a person who receives a salary for a job that she does not perform pipona [f] EC
woman with little flair to perform the sexual act bollotorpe [f] CU
woman with little flair to perform the sexual act bollotriste [f] CU
woman with little flair to perform the sexual act bollotriste [f] CU
failure or breakdown of a machine (leaving it unable to perform it's intended function) descompostura [f] MX
board with two holes where two fighter cocks who are tied in a fight perform the beak-to-beak test to declare the winner tabla de gallos [f] HN
perform exquisitely bordar [v]
perform for the first time estrenarse [v]
perform entrechats trenzar [v]
perform oral sex practicar sexo oral [v]
perform rock music rockear [v]
perform a rapid fall in value desplomarse el precio [v]
perform a rapid fall in value desplomarse el valor [v]
perform duties servir [v]
perform duties desempeñar [v]
perform a solo tocar un solo [v]
perform music interpretar música [v]
perform an autopsy practicar una autopsia [v]
perform an autopsy realizar una autopsia [v]
perform an experiment realizar un experimento [v]
perform surgery realizar una intervención [v]
perform a test realizar una prueba [v]
perform well hacer buen papel [v]
perform a project llevar adelante un proyecto [v]
play music or perform for voluntary donations on the streets dar el parche [v]
perform spontaneously or without preparation improvisar [v]
perform the functions of an acolyte/altar boy in a church acolitar [v] NI CO disused
perform with skills to get a job acomodarse [v] CU PR
perform an job callapear [v] VE
be short of time to perform an activity azararse [v] VE
bend at the waist, tilting your upper body forward to perform a task añangotarse [v] CO:N
bend at the waist, tilting your upper body forward to perform a task añangotarse [v] VE
force a person to strive to perform in a given activity amasijar [v] UY
perform an action bichar [v] VE
require someone to perform his/her duties or duties properly abrochar [v] CO:N
require someone to perform his/her duties or duties properly ajustar [v] CO:N EC BO
perform rural tasks camperear [v] AR UY
duly perform one's duties llevar a cabo puntualmente los deberes (de uno) [v]
perform an imitation, typically of poor quality chabelear [v] SV
perform sporadically in musical shows chivear [v] PE
perform an illegal commercial transaction choricear [v] NI CR
perform an illegal transaction choricear [v] NI CR
drive cattle to perform activities such as milking, counting or weighing jardear [v] VE
perform a test dosar [v] AR UY
perform tricks and somersaults on the trapeze, tightrope, or cable maromear [v] HN NI
perform a blood test dosar [v] AR UY
perform a maneuver meterse [v] PE
perform equestrian exercises retozar [v] MX
perform as being on automatic pilot (due to habit) andar en automático [v] CR PR VE
relating to person, who receives a salary for a job that he does not perform becado [adj] HN EC
being able to perform feats mandrake [adj] PA
device which is used to perform coalescence coalescedor [m]
device which is used to perform coalescence conglutinador [m]
a person who receives a salary for a job that he does not perform pipón [m] HN EC
meeting of players and dancers to perform the bomba dance bombazo [m] PR
thief who tends to perform their misdeeds in the same town or neighborhood where they lives gato casero [m] CR
company or group of companies that perform different related tasks combinado [m] CU
group of people who perform the same activity combo (inglesa) [m] CO VE
relating to person, who receives a salary for a job that she does not perform becada [adj/f] HN EC
perform by turns alternar [v]
perform ingeniously artizar [v]
perform in a hurry atrabancar [v]
perform a duty actuar [v]
perform judicial acts actuar [v]
not to perform one's duty deservir [v] disused
perform with dispatch despachar [v] rare
perform the marriage ceremony for desposar [v]
perform a thing prettily and artistically bordar [v] fig.
perform an operation intervenir [v]
perform a play for the first time estrenar [v]
perform neatly and elegantly primorear [v]
perform a libation libar [v]
perform (music) at sight repentizar [v]
perform public functions ministrar [v] rare
perform solemnly solemnizar [v]
perform a sergeant's duties sargentear [v]
perform (concert, show) tocar [v]
perform community labor cayapear [v] VE
Idioms
perform an amazing show dar un recital [v]
perform an amazing show ser un recital [v]
perform a task as well as possible echar los bofes por algo [v]
perform a task as well as possible echar toda la carne al asador [v]
perform miracles hacer filigranas [v]
perform a balancing act hacer malabarismos [v]
perform a balancing act hacer piruetas [v]
perform acrobatics hacer malabarismos [v]
perform a balancing act hacer volatines [v]
perform acrobatics hacer piruetas [v]
perform acrobatics hacer volatines [v]
perform miracles hacer milagros [v]
perform one's duty ajustar la golilla [v]
perform above expectations no cantar mal las rancheras [v]
do or perform something so often that people become tired of seeing or hearing it repetir hasta el hartazgo [v]
do or perform something so often that people become tired of seeing or hearing it repetir hasta la saciedad [v]
perform miracles ser mano de santo [v]
be used to perform the lowest tasks servir de estropajo [v]
perform spontaneously or without preparation tocar por fantasía [v]
perform an action dar bimba [v] CR
perform an action automatically by force of habit andar en automático [v] CR PR VE
perform an action that is valued by others anotarse un poroto [v] CL
be very difficult to perform or solve estar cachimbeado [v] HN
be very difficult to perform or solve estar canalla [v] HN NI
be very prepared to perform an activity, usually an exam estar cuchilla [v] CO
perform something outside of the law estar en algo [v] PR
lack experience or have few qualities to perform a certain activity estar lavado [v] GT
be able to perform something repulsive no tener gandinga [v] CU
be able to perform something repulsive tener gandinga [v] CU
perform very slowly to provoke hacerla de emoción [v] MX
perform well and quickly hacerse un paseo [v] EC
perform military service hacer la guardia [v] PE CL
be stressed by not having time to perform all the tasks imposed jalarse los moños [v] DO VE
be stressed by not having time to perform all the tasks imposed jalarse los pelos [v] PE
perform surgery meter bisturí [v] MX NI PA PE CL PY
perform surgery meter cuchilla [v] NI PA CU PR CL
perform surgery meter cuchillo [v] MX GT PA PR BO CL
perform something successfully quedar con el canto [v] PR
perform to the fullest sacar chispas [v] HN SV PE
perform an equestrian demonstration correr cañas [v]
well prepared to perform an activity como una hojilla [adj] VE
very prepared to perform an activity como hacha [adj] MX BO CL
to be too old to perform a duty ya no estar para esos trotes
Colloquial
special ability to perform a task indormia [f] CAR
group of people who, jointly, perform unpaid work cayapa [f] VE
perform miracles hacer virguerías [v]
dispose/perform skilfully pergeñar [v]
perform occasional jobs camaronear [v] NI CR PA
perform an activity very well jalarse [v] CO
convince someone to perform a certain action jalar [v] HN teen
perform witchcraft trabajar [v] CR CO VE BO
perform the harder task caerle la pesada [v] HN
someone known to perform dishonest practices chanta  [m/f] AR
Slang
person who likes to perform oral sex petera [f] AR
perform oral sex to a woman hacer la sopa [v]
perform well mucha mierda [v]
perform anal sex sodomizar [v]
perform oral sex practicar sexo oral [v]
perform cunnilingus bucear [v] CU
perform oral sex on a woman minetear [v] BO AR UY
perform oral sex on a woman sopear [v] PE
perform cunnilingus dirigirse al país [v] CL
perform oral sex dirigirse al país [v] CL
man who, having the possibility, does not perform intercourse with a woman calientaculo [m] PA
person who likes to perform oral sex petero [m] AR
Business
perform quality control realizar el control de calidad [v]
perform quantitative risk analysis realizar el análisis cuantitativo de riesgos [v]
perform integrated change control realizar el control integrado de cambios [v]
perform qualitative risk analysis realizar el análisis cualitativo de riesgos [v]
perform quality assurance realizar el aseguramiento de calidad [v]
perform a contract ejecutar un contrato [v]
under-perform tener rendimiento menor del esperado [v]
failure to perform incumplimiento [m]
plan quality and perform quality control tools and techniques herramientas y técnicas para planificar la calidad y realizar el control de calidad
Finance
perform services realizar servicios
Law
perform on time honrar [v]
perform a judicial sale rematar [v]
perform a certain roll oficiar [v]
non-perform infringir [v]
perform a duty cumplir un deber [v]
perform notarial functions actuar [v]
perform an exam practicar un estudio [v]
perform (a contract) ejecutar [v]
perform an audit practicar una auditoría [v]
perform an autopsy practicar una autopsia [v]
perform a procedural act practicar una diligencia [v]
perform an autopsy practicar una necropsia [v]
perform a marriage celebrar un matrimonio [v]
perform a contract ejecutar un contrato [v]
perform (a contract) cumplir [v]
failure to perform mining activities abandono de minas
ability to perform capacidad de ejecutar
failure to perform falta de cumplimiento
contract to perform work for a lump sum contrato de obra a precio alzado
crime of failing to perform a duty delito de comisión por omisión
failure to perform falta de cumplimiento
Computer
perform search ejecutar una búsqueda
do not perform this check in the future. no realizar esta comprobación en el futuro.
insufficient memory to perform operation. no hay memoria suficiente para realizar la operación.
Engineering
perform only hacer solamente [v]
Medicine
perform periosteotomy legrar [v]
Psychology
ability to perform capacidad de ejecutar
Technical
perform only hacer solamente [v]
perform a contract cumplir un contrato [v]
Aeronautics
perform a mission cumplir una misión
Traffic
perform a safety check ejecute una prueba de seguridad
Military
perform evolutions/manoeuvres evolucionar [v]
perform a 21-gun salute presentar armas la tropa [v]
Bullfighting
perform with the muleta muletear [v]
Folklore
one or several dancers may intervene to counter, perform various changes, moving only their legs and feet malambo [m] PE:S CL:S AR UY
group of jamaican dancers who perform at rituals yompi-yompi (inglés jump) [m] PA
member of a group of jamaican dancers who perform at rituals yompi-yompi (inglés jump) [m/f] PA