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act

verb
 
 
/ækt/
BEHAVE [I] B1 to behave in a particular way
zachowywać się
to act responsibly Jeff's been acting strangely recently. Stop acting like a child!Behaving, interacting and behaviour
DO SOMETHING [I] B2 to do something, especially in order to solve a problem
działać
We have to act now to stop the spread of this disease.Acting and actsDealing with things or people
PERFORM [I, T] B1 to perform in a play or film
grać, występować
He's acted in a number of successful Hollywood films.Acting, rehearsing and performing
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