n.行为, 行动, 法案, (戏剧、歌剧等的)一幕,假装
v.行动, 举止, 假装, 表演, 扮演, 充当, 有效果
Think well before you act.
Parliament has passed an Act forbidding the killing of rare animals.
形容词: actable | 名词: actability | 动词过去式: acted | 动词过去分词: acted | 动词现在分词: acting | 动词第三人称单数: acts |
He acted Othello at the Royal Theater that evening.
2. 装出; 举动像
He acted the wise man who knew everything and never made mistakes.
We should act immediately.
2. 起作用, 见效[(+on/upon)]
3. 假装; 演戏, 表演
The actress acts very well.
4. 扮演, 充当[(+as)]
John acted as chairman in his absence.
5. 举止, 表现[L]
I don't think she acted right.
1. 行为; 行动
get one's act together
My first act was to run into the bedroom.
2. 【戏】(常大写)幕; 节目
She was magnificent in Act One of "Carmen".
3. (常大写)法案, 法令
Would you tell us something about the new Education Act?
He's just putting on an act.
She acted against my will.
She acts for me in the matter.
These medical herbs are said to act on the heart.
Acting on my recommendation, he has decided to read the novel once more.
We roared when Mary acted out the episode.
They are determined to act out their ideal.
1. 调皮; 任性
The dogs acted up when a stranger entered the front yard.
The boy is fond of acting up with him.
My car has been acting up again.
The car's engine began to act up.
act up to
1. 遵循; 履行
You must act up to your promise.
in the act of
I was in the act of shooting her when I suddenly recognized her.