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performance [ pə'fɔ:məns] n.履行;演出;行为

performance [pə'fɔ:məns] 演出,表演

performance [pə'fɔ:məns] 性能

按劳分配 distribution according to one's performance

末位淘汰 (under the new personnel system) the person graded last in the performance evaluation will be laid off from his position

企业效益 performance of enterprises

性价比 cost performance

义演 benefit performance; charity performance

义演收入 proceeds from benefit performance

HIPPI High-Performance Parallel Interface 高性能并行接口

Standard Methods of Tests to Evaluate Fire Performance Characteristics of Pipe Insulation

Performance-Based Standard for Fire Protection for Light Water Reactor Electric Generating Plants

performance of contract 履行合同

Performance times 演出时间

Special reductions are available to groups 12+ at all performances.

The performance runs 2 hours 30 minutes including an interval

continuous performance cinema 循环场电影院

绩效评价 Performance Appraisal,PA

运行业绩 operational performance

functional performance 功能性能

performance dimension 业绩标准

performance evaluation 业绩评估

performance measures 表现/业绩测度

performance objective 绩效目标

performance standards 绩效标准

performance 功能

sales performance 销售表现/业绩

表现费 Performance Fees

performance of a duty 履行责任

Performance Pledge 服务承诺

performance report 工作往绩报告

Abrasion performance 磨耗性

business performance 经营成绩

evaluation of performance 业绩评价

operating performance 经营效绩

Performance 执行,履行,完成,性能,业绩

performance appraisal 效绩评价

performance audit 业绩审计

performance evaluation 业绩评价

performance rating 业绩评级

performance report 业绩报告

performance record 业绩记录


engine performance

loading performance

starting performance

acceleration performance

power performance

emission performance

performance test

performance test

degradation of performance

function performance status classificaton (FPSC)

drive performance

coast performance

constant input torque performance

full throttle performance

no load (parasitic losses)performance

Our football team's performance has been poor during the whole year.

His performance at the party last night was very good.

The performance is superb.

Your performance in the exam did not reach the required standard — in other words, you failed.

We judge a worker on the basis of his performance.

The performance received a favorable review (or: comment).

The piano player gave a brilliant performance.

The performances of these young people succeeded in bringing a dull play to life.

The standard of performance has gone up since last year, as the players have gained more experience.

When criticisms were made of the school's performance, the parents group countered with details of its examination results.

The standard of performance has gone down since last year.

I don’t wonder at her falling asleep in the middle of the play; it was a very uninteresting performance.

But it’s easy to kill creativity by giving rewards for poor performance or creating too much anticipation for rewards.

There is a break during the performance for the audience to take a rest.

He delighted the audience with his performance.

A Hello, Neil. When do you want to meet?
A 你好,尼尔!你想什么时候见面?
B Let's meet at quarter to seven this evening.
B 咱们今晚差一刻七点见。
A 6:45 this evening. Fine. At the theatre?
A 今晚6:45。好的。在剧院见面吗?
B Yes, we'll have time for a drink and a chat.
B 是的。我们将有时间喝一杯,聊一聊。
A When does the performance begin?
A 演出什么时候开始?
B At 7:45. So we'll have a full hour before it begins.
B 7:45 开始。所以在开演前我们有整整一个小时的时间。

表现 representation; exhibition; manifest; performance; rendering; represent; show; display

表现 [biǎo xiàn] /expression/manifestation/show/display/manifest/to show (off)/to display/performance (at work etc.)/

表演 [biǎo yǎn] /perform/act/play/show/performance/exhibition/demonstrate/

测试 [cè shì] /measure and test/trial/beta (software)/test performance of/

成绩 [chéng jī] /performance/

高性能 [gāo xìng néng] /high performance/

更高性能 [gēng gāo xìng néng] /high performance/

开眼 [kāi yǎn] /(v) begin a performance or movie/

玩意儿 [wán yì er ] /(n) thing (used in speech)/(n) toy/(n) act; trick (in a performance, stage show, acrobatics, etc.)/

性能 [xìng néng] /function/performance/

演奏 [yǎn zòu] /(v) play a musical instrument in a performance/

Constant practice has such an effect on memory as to lead to skilful performance on the piano, to recitation of a poem, and even to reading and understanding these words.

{adj: acceptable} worthy of acceptance or satisfactory
"acceptable levels of radiation"
"performances varied from acceptable to excellent"
<-> unacceptable

{adj: arid, desiccate, desiccated} lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless
"a technically perfect but arid performance of the sonata"
"a desiccate romance"
"a prissy and emotionless creature...settles into a mold of desiccated snobbery"-C.J.Rolo

{adj: arresting, sensational, stunning} commanding attention
"an arresting drawing of people turning into animals"
"a sensational concert--one never to be forgotten"
"a stunning performance"

{adj: atrocious, abominable, awful, dreadful, painful, terrible, unspeakable} exceptionally bad or displeasing
"atrocious taste"
"abominable workmanship"
"an awful voice"
"dreadful manners"
"a painful performance"
"terrible handwriting"
"an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"

{adj: average, fair, mediocre, middling} lacking exceptional quality or ability
"a novel of average merit"
"only a fair performance of the sonata"
"in fair health"
"the caliber of the students has gone from mediocre to above average"
"the performance was middling at best"

{adj: awkward} lacking grace or skill in manner or movement or performance
"an awkward dancer"
"an awkward gesture"
"too awkward with a needle to make her own clothes"
"his clumsy fingers produced an awkward knot"
<-> graceful

{adj: bad} below average in quality or performance
"a bad chess player"
"a bad recital"

{adj: beardown} with full strength
"his beardown performance in the exhibition game"

{adj: boring, deadening, dull, ho-hum, irksome, slow, tedious, tiresome, wearisome} so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness
"a boring evening with uninteresting people"
"the deadening effect of some routine tasks"
"a dull play"
"his competent but dull performance"
"a ho-hum speaker who couldn't capture their attention"
"what an irksome task the writing of long letters is"- Edmund Burke
"tedious days on the train"
"the tiresome chirping of a cricket"- Mark Twain
"other people's dreams are dreadfully wearisome"

{adj: brilliant, superb} of surpassing excellence
"a brilliant performance"
"a superb actor"

{adj: bumbling, bungling, butterfingered, ham-fisted, ham-handed, handless, heavy-handed, left-handed} lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands
"a bumbling mechanic"
"a bungling performance"
"ham-handed governmental interference"
"could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature"- Mary H. Vorse

{adj: competent} adequate for the purpose
"a competent performance"

{adj: complete, consummate} perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities
"a complete gentleman"
"consummate happiness"
"a consummate performance"

{adj: consummate, masterful, masterly, virtuoso} having or revealing supreme mastery or skill
"a consummate artist"
"consummate skill"
"a masterful speaker"
"masterful technique"
"a masterly performance of the sonata"
"a virtuoso performance"

{adj: cute, precious} obviously contrived to charm
"an insufferably precious performance"
"a child with intolerably cute mannerisms"

{adj: dark} not giving performances; closed
"the theater is dark on Mondays"

{adj: dependable, rock-steady, steady-going} consistent in performance or behavior
"dependable in one's habits"
"a steady-going family man"

{adj: disappointing, dissatisfactory, unsatisfying} not up to expectations
"a disappointing performance from one who had seemed so promising"

{adj: divine, elysian, inspired} being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods
"her pies were simply divine"
"the divine Shakespeare"
"an elysian meal"
"an inspired performance"

{adj: electrifying, thrilling} causing a surge of emotion or excitement
"she gave a electrifying performance"
"a thrilling performer to watch"

{adj: failing} below acceptable in performance
"received failing grades"

{adj: high-performance} modified to give superior performance
"a high-performance car"

{adj: histrionic, melodramatic} characteristic of acting or a stage performance; often affected
"histrionic gestures"
"an attitude of melodramatic despair"
"a theatrical pose"

{adj: impressive, telling} producing a strong effect
"gave an impressive performance as Othello"
"a telling gesture"

{adj: incandescent} characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance
"an incandescent performance"

{adj: indifferent, so-so} being neither good nor bad
"an indifferent performance"
"a gifted painter but an indifferent actor"
"her work at the office is passable"
"a so-so golfer"
"feeling only so-so"
"prepared a tolerable dinner"
"a tolerable working knowledge of French"

{adj: lackluster, lacklustre, lusterless, lustreless} lacking brilliance or vitality
"a dull lackluster life"
"a lusterless performance"

{adj: leading, prima, star, starring, stellar} indicating the most important performer or role
"the leading man"
"prima ballerina"
"prima donna"
"a star figure skater"
"the starring role"
"a stellar role"
"a stellar performance"

{adj: lyric, lyrical} expressing deep personal emotion
"the dancer's lyrical performance"

{adj: modified} changed in form or character
"their modified stand made the issue more acceptable"
"the performance of the modified aircraft was much improved"
<-> unmodified

{adj: off} below a satisfactory level
"an off year for tennis"
"his performance was off"

{adj: orchestrated} arranged for performance by an orchestra

{adj: original} preceding all others in time or being as first made or performed
"the original inhabitants of the Americas"
"the book still has its original binding"
"restored the house to its original condition"
"the original performance of the opera"
"the original cast"
"retracted his original statement"

{adj: pale, pallid} lacking in vitality or interest or effectiveness
"a pale rendition of the aria"
"pale prose with the faint sweetness of lavender"
"a pallid performance"

{adj: parallel} of or relating to the simultaneous performance of multiple operations
"parallel processing"

{adj: physical} characterized by energetic bodily activity
"a very physical dance performance"

{adj: professional} characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession
"professional conduct"
"professional ethics"
"a thoroughly professional performance"
<-> unprofessional

{adj: ropey, ropy} (British informal) very poor in quality
"ropey food"
"a ropey performance"

{adj: serial, in series, nonparallel} of or relating to the sequential performance of multiple operations
"serial processing"

{adj: sold-out} sold completely in advance
"had a sold-out house for both performances"

{adj: superior} of high or superior quality or performance
"superior wisdom derived from experience"
"superior math students"
<-> inferior

{adj: sure-handed} proficient and confident in performance
"promising playwrights...sure-handed enough to turn out top-drawer scripts"

{adj: unenthusiastic} not enthusiastic; lacking excitement or ardor
"an unenthusiastic performance by the orchestra"
"unenthusiastic applause"
<-> enthusiastic

{adj: unsatisfactory} not giving satisfaction
"shops should take back unsatisfactory goods"
"her performance proved to be unsatisfactory"
"life is becoming increasingly unsatifactory"
"our discussion was very unsatisfactory"
<-> satisfactory

{adj: wooden} lacking ease or grace
"the actor's performance was wooden"
"a wooden smile"

{adv: big} extremely well
"his performance went over big"

{adv: dispiritedly, hopelessly} in a dispirited manner without hope
"the first Mozartian opera to be subjected to this curious treatment ran dispiritedly for five performances"

{adv: downhill} toward a lower or inferior state
"your performance has been going downhill for a long time now"

{adv: dramatically} in a very impressive manner
"your performance will improve dramatically"

{adv: gratifyingly, satisfyingly} in a gratifying manner
"the performance was at a gratifyingly high level"

{n: Academy Award, Oscar} an annual award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for achievements in motion picture production and performance

{n: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences} an academy that gives annual awards for achievements in motion picture production and performance

{n: Anderson, Marian Anderson} United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993)

{n: Army High Performance Computing Research Center, AHPCRC} a United States defense laboratory to conduct research in high-performance computing for defense technology applications; a partnership of government and university and industry

{n: Cornell, Katherine Cornell} United States actress noted for her performances in Broadway plays (1893-1974)

{n: Domingo, Placido Domingo} Spanish operatic tenor noted for performances in operas by Verdi and Puccini (born in 1941)

{n: Duse, Eleonora Duse} Italian actress best known for her performances in tragic roles (1858-1924)

{n: Karloff, Boris Karloff, William Henry Pratt} United States film actor (born in England) noted for his performances in horror films (1887-1969)

{n: Siddons, Sarah Siddons, Sarah Kemble Siddons} English actress noted for her performances in Shakespearean roles (1755-1831)

{n: Tucker, Sophie Tucker} United States vaudevillian (born in Russia) noted for her flamboyant performances (1884-1966)

{n: acrobatics, aerobatics, stunting, stunt flying} the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft

{n: act, routine, number, turn, bit} a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program
"he did his act three times every evening"
"she had a catchy little routine"
"it was one of the best numbers he ever did"

{n: acting, playing, playacting, performing} the performance of a part or role in a drama

{n: adeptness, adroitness, deftness, facility, quickness} skillful performance or ability without difficulty
"his quick adeptness was a product of good design"
"he was famous for his facility as an archer"

{n: age norm} the average age at which particular performances are expected to appear

{n: aleatory contract} a contract whose performance by one party depends on the occurrence of an uncertain contingent event (but if it is contingent on the outcome of a wager it is not enforceable)

{n: anticipatory breach, constructive breach} a breach of contract committed prior to the time of required performance

{n: arranger, adapter, transcriber} a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance

{n: audience} a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance
"the audience applauded"
"someone in the audience began to cough"

{n: automobile race, auto race, car race} a race between (usually high-performance) automobiles

{n: benefit} a performance to raise money for a charitable cause

{n: black box} equipment that records information about the performance of an aircraft during flight

{n: booker, booking agent} someone who engages a person or company for performances

{n: box, loge} private area in a theater or grandstand where a small group can watch the performance
"the royal box was empty"

{n: bravo} a cry of approval as from an audience at the end of great performance

{n: celebration, solemnization, solemnisation} the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual
"the celebration of marriage"

{n: censoring, censorship} deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances

{n: censor} a person who is authorized to read publications or correspondence or to watch theatrical performances and suppress in whole or in part anything considered obscene or politically unacceptable

{n: circus tent, big top, round top, top} a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance
"he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent"
"they had the big top up in less than an hour"

{n: circus} performance given by a traveling company of acrobats clowns and trained animals
"the children always love to go to the circus"

{n: claque} a group of followers hired to applaud at a performance

{n: concert grand, concert piano} a grand piano suitable for concert performances

{n: concert pitch, philharmonic pitch, international pitch} the pitch used to tune instruments for concert performances; usually assigns 440 Hz to the A above middle C

{n: concert} a performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging

{n: conditional contract} a contract whose performance depends on a fact or event that affects legal relations

{n: conditional sale} a sale in which the buyer receives title to the property only upon the performance of some condition (usually the full payment of the purchase price)

{n: credit} used in the phrase `to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise
"she already had several performances to her credit";

{n: day, twenty-four hours, twenty-four hour period, 24-hour interval, solar day, mean solar day} time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis
"two days later they left"
"they put on two performances every day"
"there are 30,000 passengers per day"

{n: drama critic, theater critic} a critic of theatrical performances

{n: dramatic composition, dramatic work} a play for performance on the stage or television or in a movie etc.

{n: dramatic production, dramatic performance} the act of performing a drama
"the group joined together in a dramatic production"

{n: dress rehearsal} a full uninterrupted rehearsal in costumes shortly before the first performance

{n: elan} enthusiastic and assured vigor and liveliness
"a performance of great elan and sophistication"

{n: encore} an extra or repeated performance; usually given in response to audience demand

{n: errand} a short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission

{n: extemporization, extemporisation, improvisation} a performance given extempore without planning or preparation

{n: failing, flunk} failure to reach a minimum required performance
"his failing the course led to his disqualification"
"he got two flunks on his report"
<-> passing

{n: festival, fete} an organized series of acts and performances (usually in one place)
"a drama festival"

{n: field trial, field test} a test of the performance of some new product under the conditions in which it will be used

{n: finale, close, closing curtain, finis} the concluding part of any performance

{n: financial analyst, securities analyst} an analyst who studies the financial performance of corporations

{n: fragmentation} (computer science) the condition of a file that is broken up and stored in many different locations on a magnetic disk
"fragmentation slows system performance because it takes extra time to locate and assemble the parts of the fragmented file"

{n: gambling contract} a contract whose performance by one party is contingent on the outcome of a bet; unenforceable by statute in most jurisdictions

{n: half} in various games or performances: either of two periods of play separated by an interval

{n: interlude, intermezzo, entr'acte} a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance

{n: intermezzo} a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between acts of a drama or opera

{n: iteration} doing or saying again; a repeated performance

{n: jazz festival} a festival that features performances by jazz artists

{n: job} the performance of a piece of work
"she did an outstanding job as Ophelia"
"he gave it up as a bad job"

{n: jugglery} the performance of a juggler

{n: law of averages} a law affirming that in the long run probabilities will determine performance

{n: law of diminishing returns} a law affirming that to continue after a certain level of performance has been reached will result in a decline in effectiveness

{n: leotard, unitard, body suit, cat suit} a tight-fitting garment of stretchy material that covers the body from the shoulders to the thighs (and may have long sleeves or legs reaching down to the ankles); worn by ballet dancers and acrobats for practice or performance

{n: line personnel} personnel having direct job performance responsibilities

{n: machine} any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks

{n: mandatory injunction} injunction requiring the performance of some specific act

{n: mark, grade, score} a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
"she made good marks in algebra"
"grade A milk"
"what was your score on your homework?"

{n: marking, grading, scoring} evaluation of performance by assigning a grade or score
"what he disliked about teaching was all the grading he had to do"

{n: matinee} a theatrical performance held during the daytime (especially in the afternoon)

{n: mime, pantomime, dumb show} a performance using gestures and body movements without words

{n: music critic} a critic of musical performances

{n: musical arrangement, arrangement} a piece of music that has been adapted for performance by a particular set of voices or instruments

{n: musical performance} the act of performing music

{n: nonlinear system} a system whose performance cannot be described by equations of the first degree

{n: nonverbal intelligence} intelligence that is manifested in the performance of tasks requiring little or no use of language

{n: officiation} the performance of a religious or ceremonial or public duty

{n: one-night stand} a performance in one place on one night only

{n: opening, opening night, curtain raising} the first performance (as of a theatrical production)
"the opening received good critical reviews"

{n: operating capability, performance capability} the capability of a technological system to perform as intended

{n: operating room, OR, operating theater, operating theatre, surgery} a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations
"great care is taken to keep the operating rooms aseptic"

{n: operation, functioning, 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"

{n: orchestration} an arrangement of a piece of music for performance by an orchestra or band

{n: organ} a government agency or instrument devoted to the performance of some specific function
"The Census Bureau is an organ of the Commerce Department"

{n: overachievement} better than expected performance (better than might have been predicted from intelligence tests)
<-> underachievement

{n: pace car} a high-performance car that leads a parade of competing cars through the pace lap and then pulls off the course

{n: parameter} any factor that defines a system and determines (or limits) its performance

{n: patchiness} unevenness in quality or performance

{n: peanut gallery} (figurative) people whose criticisms are regarded as irrelevant or insignificant (resembling uneducated people who throw peanuts on the stage to express displeasure with a performance)
"he ignored complaints from the peanut gallery"

{n: performance bond, surety bond} a bond given to protect the recipient against loss in case the terms of a contract are not filled; a surety company assumes liability for nonperformance

{n: performance, execution, carrying out, carrying into action} 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"

{n: performance, public presentation} 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"

{n: performance} any recognized accomplishment
"they admired his performance under stress"
"when Roger Maris powered four home runs in one game his performance merits awe"

{n: 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"

{n: performing arts} arts or skills that require public performance

{n: pianism} performance by or technique of a pianist
"a program of pianism"

{n: play reading} performance of a play by a group of readers

{n: play, drama, dramatic play} a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage
"he wrote several plays but only one was produced on Broadway"

{n: playing period, period of play, play} (in games or plays or other performances) the time during which play proceeds
"rain stopped play in the 4th inning"

{n: playlist, play list} a list of musical selections for performance or for broadcast by radio

{n: play} a theatrical performance of a drama
"the play lasted two hours"

{n: preciseness, precision} the quality of being reproducible in amount or performance
"he handled it with the preciseness of an automaton"
"note the meticulous precision of his measurements"
<-> impreciseness, imprecision

{n: predictor} information that supports a probabilistic estimate of future events
"the weekly bulletin contains several predictors of mutual fund performance"

{n: premiere} the first public performance of a play or movie

{n: process, cognitive process, mental process, operation, cognitive operation} (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents
"the process of thinking"
"the cognitive operation of remembering"

{n: program, programme} a performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation
"the program lasted more than two hours"

{n: psycholinguistics} the branch of cognitive psychology that studies the psychological basis of linguistic competence and performance

{n: puppetry} a stilted dramatic performance (as if by puppets)

{n: purification, purgation} a ceremonial cleansing from defilement or uncleanness by the performance of appropriate rites

{n: pyrotechnics} (music) brilliance of display (as in the performance of music)

{n: reaction} a response that reveals a person's feelings or attitude
"he was pleased by the audience's reaction to his performance"
"John feared his mother's reaction when she saw the broken lamp"

{n: reading} a particular interpretation or performance
"on that reading it was an insult"
"he was famous for his reading of Mozart"

{n: recital} performance of music or dance especially by soloists

{n: record} an extreme attainment; the best (or worst) performance ever attested (as in a sport)
"he tied the Olympic record"
"coffee production last year broke all previous records"
"Chicago set the homicide record"

{n: rehearsal, dry run} a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert)
"he missed too many rehearsals"
"a rehearsal will be held the day before the wedding"

{n: religious music, church music} genre of music composed for performance as part of religious ceremonies

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