Bedeutung von “react” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb [ I ] us uk /riˈækt/
Extra Examples
The government has been slow to react to the problem.Her colleagues reacted coolly to the idea.I don't know how she'll react to my idea.John reacted calmly to Simon's threats.She reacted badly to her sister's advice.

B2 to say, do, or feel something because of something else that has been said or done:

He reacted angrily to her comments.

to become sick because something that you have eaten or used on your body has had a bad effect on you:

My skin reacts to most perfumes.

In science, if a substance reacts with another substance, it changes:

Carbon reacts with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide.

(Definition von “react” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)