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act

verb (PERFORM) 表演     /ækt/
[I or T] to play a part; to perform in a film, play, 演出;扮演,飾演 Ellis Pike was chosen to act the part of the lawyer in the film. 艾理斯‧派克被選中在影片中扮演律師這個角色。 Have you ever acted in a play before? 你以前演過戲劇嗎? Acting, rehearsing and performing
act the fool/martyr, etc.
to behave in a particular, usually bad, way (通常指裝腔作勢地)裝傻/作出一副假聖人的樣子等 Why are you always acting the fool? 你為甚麼老裝傻? Behaving, interacting and behaviour
(Definition of act verb (PERFORM) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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