Bedeutung von “react” — Learner’s Dictionary

react

verb [ I ] us uk /riˈækt/
SAY/DO

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

He reacted angrily to her comments.

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BAD EFFECT

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.
SUBSTANCES

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)