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Translation of "act" - English-Turkish dictionary

act

noun     /ækt/
DO [C]
B2 something that someone does eylem an act of terrorism/kindnessActing and actsDealing with things or people
LAW [C]
a law made by a government kanun an act of Congress/ParliamentLegislation and law-makingRules and laws
THEATRE [C]
B1 one of the parts a play is divided into tiyatro oyununda perde Her character doesn't appear until Act 2.Parts of plays, shows and films
PERFORMERS [C]
one or several performers who perform for a short while in a show oyun a comedy double act Actors and performersSpectacles and performances
FALSE BEHAVIOUR [no plural]
behaviour which hides your real feelings or intentions gerçek duygu ve niyetleri gizleyen davranış, ...mış gibi yapma Was she really upset or was that just an act?Faking and pretending
in the act (of doing sth)
doing something wrong bir şeyi yanlış/hatalı yapma I caught him in the act of opening one of my letters.Acting and actsDealing with things or people
(Definition of act noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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