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  1. act

    • IPA[akt]

    美式

    • v.
      take action; do something;take action according to or in the light of
    • n.
      a thing done; a deed;a New Testament book immediately following the Gospels and relating the history of the early Church.
    • noun: act, plural noun: acts

    • verb: act, 3rd person present: acts, gerund or present participle: acting, past tense: acted, past participle: acted

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take action; do something:

      they urged Washington to act

      governments must act to reduce pollution

    • 2. take action according to or in the light of:

      I shall certainly act on his suggestion

    • 3. take action in order to bring about:

      one's ability to act for community change

    • 4. represent (someone) on a contractual, legal, or paid basis:

      he chose an attorney to act for him

    • 5. be motivated by:

      you acted from greed

    • 6. behave in the way specified:

      they followed the man who was seen acting suspiciously

      he acts as if he owned the place

    • 7. behave in the manner of:

      try to act like civilized adults

    • 8. fulfill the function or serve the purpose of:

      they need volunteers to act as foster parents

    • 9. have the effect of:

      a five-year sentence will act as a deterrent

    • 10. take effect; have a particular effect:

      bacteria act on proteins and sugar

    • 11. perform a fictional role in a play, movie, or television production:

      she acted in her first professional role at the age of six

    • 12. perform (a part or role):

      he acted the role of the dragon

      he got the chance to act out other people's jobs

    • 13. behave so as to appear to be; pretend to be:

      I acted dumb at first

    • 14. perform a narrative as if it were a play:

      encouraging students to act out the stories

    • 15. express repressed or unconscious feelings in overt behavior:

      the impulses of hatred and killing which some human beings act out

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a thing done; a deed:

      a criminal act

      the act of writing down one's thoughts

    • 2. a New Testament book immediately following the Gospels and relating the history of the early Church.
    • 3. a pretense:

      she was putting on an act and laughing a lot

    • 4. a particular type of behavior or routine:

      he did his Sir Galahad act

    • 5. a written ordinance of Congress, or another legislative body; a statute:

      the act to abolish slavery

    • 6. a document attesting a legal transaction.
    • 7. the recorded decisions or proceedings of a committee or an academic body.
    • 8. a main division of a play, ballet, or opera:

      the first act

    • 9. a set performance:

      her one-woman poetry act

    • 10. a performing group:

      an act called the Apple Blossom Sisters

    • n.
      the art or occupation of performing in plays, movies, or television productions:
    • she studied acting in New York
    • adj.
      temporarily doing the duties of another person:
    • acting director

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    • n.
      the art or occupation of performing fictional roles in plays, films, or television:
    • she studied acting in New York

      I'd prefer him not to go into acting as it's such an insecure business

    • adj.
      temporarily doing the duties of another person:
    • the acting supervisor

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    • a New Testament book immediately following the Gospels and relating the history of the early Church.

    • the acting supervisor

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    • ph. (of a thing) fail to function properly

    • the acting supervisor

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    • ph. (of a thing) fail to function properly

    • the acting supervisor

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    • IPA[akt]

    英式

    • v.
      take action; do something:
    • they urged Washington to act

      governments must act to reduce pollution

    • n.
      a thing done; a deed:
    • a criminal act

      the act of writing down one's thoughts

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    • IPA[eɪsiːˈtiː]

    英式

    • abbr
      advance corporation tax.
    • a criminal act

      the act of writing down one's thoughts

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    • IPA[ˌā ˌsē ˈtē]

    美式

    • abbr
      American College Test.
    • a criminal act

      the act of writing down one's thoughts

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    • a criminal act

      the act of writing down one's thoughts

  2. 知識+

    • act的用法 (10點)

      act [常用字] <<名詞>> 1 過程 the act of thinking 思維 2 行為 a charitable act 善舉 3...villain 演出反派角色 3 a. 模仿; 裝模做樣 Don't act the fool. 不要裝傻 b. 舉止合宜 Act your...

    • act後面的介系詞

      act in a play 是可以的, 看成 act " in a play" (演出"在一齣話劇中") act 的用法可以參考~ http://www.allwords.com/query.php?SearchType=3&Keyword=act&goquery=Find+it%21&Language=ENG

    • 關於Speech Act 的 request 報告

      ... of all, you need to understand what it meant by "Speech Act" ... read the one that is written for ESL teachers...