Performance and Version

Performance

Performance noun - A presentation of an artistic work (as a piece of music) from a particular point of view.
Usage example: a disappointing, lackluster performance of a classic of the musical theater

Version and performance are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Version" instead a noun "Performance".

Version

Version noun - A presentation of an artistic work (as a piece of music) from a particular point of view.
Usage example: a very Freudian version of the ballet “The Nutcracker”
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Synonyms for Version

Performance and version are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Performance" instead a noun "Version".

Nearby Word: verse

How words are described

live live performance live version
good good performance good version
musical musical performance musical version
full full performance full version
Other adjectives: special, better, similar, complete, original, single, powerful, subtle, early, improved, final, theatrical, realistic.

Both words in one sentence

  • The Hollywood version was criticized for its script and the video version was criticized for Lynley's performance.
  • Who's on First? The original sketch was sent up in 2006 with the performance of a Shakespearean version that must be seen to be believed.
  • Theatre / Fantasmic! Make My Monster Grow: When Disneyland's dragon succumbs to malfunctions prior to a performance, the climax instead features Mickey slaying a giant version of Maleficent.
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Version and Performance. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 27, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/performance/version
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