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act

verb [I] (DO SOMETHING) 做某事     /ækt/
to do something for a particular purpose, or to behave in the stated way 做事;行動;起作用,見效;舉止,表現 [+ to infinitive] Engineers acted quickly to repair the damaged pipes. 技師馬上採取行動維修損毀的管道。 She acted without thinking. 她不加思索就採取了行動。 The anaesthetic acted (= had an effect) quickly. 麻醉劑很快起了作用。 Who is acting for/on behalf of (= who is representing) the defendant? 誰是被告的代理律師? He acted as if he'd never met me before. 他擺出一副好像以前從沒見過我的樣子。 Don't be so silly - you're acting like a child! 別傻了——你的行為簡直就像個孩子! He never acts on other people's advice (= does what other people suggest). 他一意孤行,從不聽取別人的建議。 Acting on impulse (= without thinking first) can get you into a lot of trouble. 意氣用事,後患無窮。 Acting and actsDealing with things or people
(Definition of act verb (DO SOMETHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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