to do something; to present to an audience
Past Participle form
I perform with a band every Friday and Saturday night.
The car performs pretty well.
A: Have you got any interesting hobbies?
B: I perform stand-up comedy every Sunday night.
A: Oh wow. Is it going well?
B: Kind of. It's hard to get laughs.
He performed his duties very well.
The band performed in front of a large audience at the Roundhouse.
A: Did you perform your exercises?
B: Yes, I performed all all of them.
A: Did you do them properly?
The band is performing at the weekend.
A: Where's mum?
B: She's in the kitchen performing her exercises.
A: Is she still doing them?
B: Yes, but it's helping.
I've only performed in front of small crowds.
The actor has performed on stages around the world.
A: Have you performed your songs in many places?
B: Yeah, a few around London and the south east.
A: Do you get a lot of people come to see you?
B: Occasionally, yes.