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  1. acting

    • IPA[ˈaktiNG]

    美式

    • n.
      the art or occupation of performing in plays, movies, or television productions
    • adj.
      temporarily doing the duties of another person
    • noun: acting

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    • 1. temporarily doing the duties of another person acting director
    • v.
      take action; do something: they urged Washington to act he denied the charges, claiming that he had acted in self-defense
    • n.
      a thing done; a deed: a criminal act the act of writing down one's thoughts

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      take action; do something: they urged Washington to act he denied the charges, claiming that he had acted in self-defence
    • n.
      a thing done; a deed: a criminal act the act of writing down one's thoughts

    Oxford Dictionary

    • abbr
      advance corporation tax.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • abbr
      American College Test.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • A trademark for a standardized college entrance examination.
    • a New Testament book immediately following the Gospels and relating the history of the early Church.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a device or product) combining two different functions: it is double-acting: it guards your radiator against freeze-ups and helps prevent rust

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      engagement in pretence in order to trick someone or gain an advantage: the defender indulged in some play-acting after tumbling to the ground

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈaktɪŋ]

    英式

    • 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

    Oxford Dictionary