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act

1) акт; закон; правило

2) акт, документ

3) событие; действие; мероприятие

4) работать, действовать, воздействовать, влиять

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   1. noun  1) дело, поступок; акт act of bravery - подвиг act of God - стихийное бедствие  2) закон, постановление (парламента, суда)  3) акт, действие (часть пьесы)  4) миниатюра, номер (программы варьете или представления в цирке) to put on an act coll. - притворяться, разыграть сцену Syn: action, deed, exploit, feat, operation, performance  2. v.  1) действовать, поступать; вести себя to act up to a promise - сдержать обещание to act immediately - действовать без промедления to act bravely - действовать смело to act on (upon) smth. - действовать в соответствии с чем-л. to act on smb. s suggestion - действовать по чьей-л. подсказке  2) работать, действовать the brake refused to act - тормоз отказал  3) влиять, действовать (on, upon)  4) theatr. играть to act the part of Othello - играть роль Отелло act out -  а) разыгрывать, представлять кого-л., что-л.; б}} притворяться, прикидываться; изображать - act up ACT a part  а) играть роль;  б) притворяться; ACT as host принимать гостей ACT in concert действовать сообща, по уговору ACT kindly действовать мягко (о лекарстве) ACT of grace (всеобщая) амнистия ACT of Indemnity закон об освобождении от уголовной ответственности ACT of Oblivion амнистия ACT on impulse поддаваться порыву ACT on the offensive наступать; ACT ones age вести себя соответственно возрасту ACT the lord важничать ACT the...
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  1. дело; поступок act of cruelty —- жестокий поступок; проявление жестокости act of kindness —- доброе дело 2. акт; действие; деяние criminal act —- преступное деяние unilateral act —- односторонний акт, односторонее действие act of piracy —- акт пиратства act of delivery —- роды acts of force —- действия, связанные с применением силы act of war —- акт агрессии, вооруженная агрессия act of worship —- богослужение 3. акт; закон; постановление; решение суда constituent act —- учредительный акт act of Parliament —- парламентский акт, закон act of Congress —- закон, принятый конгрессом 4. юр. дип. акт, документ act of the law —- юридический акт act and deed —- официальный документ, обязательство final act —- заключительный акт 5. театр. акт, действие 6. неодобр. сцена to put on an act —- разыграть сцену, устроить спектакль she does not mean it, it's just an act —- у нее это не всерьез, она просто прикидывается 7. номер программы the next act will be a magician —- следующий номер программы - фокусник 8. труппа, группа актеров, исполнителей 9. унив. диссертация 10. библ. Деяния апостолов 11. иск. фот. акт, изображение обнаженной натуры Id: to catch smb. in the act —- поймать кого-л. на месте преступления, с поличным Id: to be in the act of doing smth. —- совершать что-л.; быть на грани совершения чего-л. Id: to...
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  см. American College Testing Program ACT (Act (of Congress)) закон (принятый Конгрессом) Принятые Конгрессом законы публикуются в хронологическом порядке их принятия по окончании каждой сессии в "Полном собрании законов Соединенных Штатов" Statutes at Large of the United States. Все действующие законы публикуются в "Своде законов Соединенных штатов" Code of Laws of the United States, в котором законодательные нормы сводятся по предметам их регулирования Ср. federal law ...
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  1. сущ. 1) общ. дело, поступок, деяние condemn the attack as an act of mindless violence — осудить нападение как акт бессмысленного насилия, act of God — стихийное бедствие act of bravery — подвиг, храбрый смелый поступок criminal act — преступное деяние действие, преступление heroic act — смелый геройский поступок 2) общ. действие, акт caught in the act of stealing — пойманный при совершении кражи 3) а) юр. (законодательный) акт, закон, постановление stock exchange act — закон о биржах act of Congress — закон, принятый Конгрессом (США) See: American with Disabilities Act of 1990, Byrnes Act, Civil Rights Act of 1866, "Companies Act 1985, Employment Act 1980, Employment Protection Act 1975, Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, Equal Pay Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 Human Rights Act 1998, Industrial Relations Act 1988, Rehabilitation Act, Wage Act 1986, Wagner Act б) общ. акт, (официальный) документ, постановление (например, официально зафиксированное решение какой-либо комиссии) 4) а) общ. акт, действие (в опере, спектакле и т. д.); номер (в развлекательной программе и т. п.) б) общ. сцена to put on an act — притворяться she does not mean it, it's just an act — она это не всерьез, она просто притворяется 2. гл. 1) а) общ. действовать, предпринимать определенные действия; делать что-либо; принимать участие (в каком-либо деле и т. д.) to be quick to act — действовать...
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  act of God ...
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  1) действие; срабатывание действовать; срабатывать 2) закон ACT I сокр. от advanced chemical tug перспективный MTA на химическом топливе II сокр. от anti-comet-tail "антикометный" ...
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  n. & v. --n. 1 something done; a deed; an action. 2 the process of doing something (caught in the act). 3 a a piece of entertainment, usu. one of a series in a programme. b the performer(s) of this. 4 a pretence; behaviour intended to deceive or impress (it was all an act). 5 a main division of a play or opera. 6 a a written ordinance of a parliament or other legislative body. b a document attesting a legal transaction. 7 (often in pl.) the recorded decisions or proceedings of a committee, an academic body, etc. 8 (Acts) ( in full Acts of the Apostles) the New Testament book relating the growth of the early Church. --v. 1 intr. behave (see how they act under stress). 2 intr. perform actions or functions; operate effectively; take action (act as referee; the brakes failed to act; we must act quickly). 3 intr. (also foll. by on) exert energy or influence (the medicine soon began to act; alcohol acts on the brain). 4 intr. a perform a part in a play, film, etc. b pretend. 5 tr. a perform the part of (acted Othello; acts the fool). b perform (a play etc.). c portray (an incident) by actions. d feign (we acted indifference). Phrases and idioms act for be the (esp. legal) representative of. act of God the operation of uncontrollable natural forces. act of grace a privilege or concession that cannot be claimed as a right. act on (or upon) perform or carry out; put into operation (acted on my advice). act out 1 translate (ideas etc.) into action. 2 Psychol. represent (one's subconscious desires etc.) in action. act up colloq. misbehave; give trouble (my car is acting up again). get one's act together sl. become properly organized; make preparations for an undertaking etc. get into the act sl. become a participant (esp. for profit). put on an act colloq. carry out a pretence. Derivatives actable adj. (in sense 5 of v.). actability n. (in sense 5 of v.). Etymology: ME ult. f. L agere act- do ACT abbr. Australian Capital Territory. ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
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   abbreviation  1. Action for Children's Television  2. American College Test  3. Association of Classroom Teachers  4. Australian Capital Territory ACT  I. noun  Etymology: Middle English, partly from Latin ~us doing, ~, from agere to drive, do; partly from Latin ~um thing done, record, from neuter of ~us, past participle of agere — more at agent  Date: 14th century  1.  a. the doing of a thing ; deed  b. something done voluntarily  2. a state of real existence rather than possibility  3. the formal product of a legislative body ; statute; also a decision or determination of a sovereign, a legislative council, or a court of justice  4. the process of doing ; ~ion caught in the ~  5. often capitalized a formal record of something done or trans~ed  6. one of the principal divisions of a theatrical work (as a play or opera)  7.  a. one of successive parts or performances (as in a variety show or circus)  b. the performer or performers in such an ~  c. a performance or presentation identified with a particular individual or group  d. the sum of a person's ~ions or effects that serve to create an impression or set an example a hard ~ to follow  8. a display of affected behavior ; pretense  II. Date: 1590  transitive verb  1. obsolete ~uate, animate  2.  a. to represent or perform by ~ion especially on the stage  b. feign, simulate  c. impersonate  3. to play the part of as if in a play ~ the man of the world  4. to behave in a manner suitable to ~ your age  intransitive verb  1.  a. to perform on the stage  b. to behave as if performing on the stage ; pretend  2. to take ~ion ; move think before ~ing ~ed favorably on the recommendation  3. to conduct oneself ; behave ~ like a fool  4. to perform a specified function ; serve trees ~ing as a windbreak  5. to produce an effect ; work wait for a medicine to ~  6. of a play to be capable of being performed the play ~s well  7. to give a decision or award adjourned without ~ing on the bill  • ~ability noun  •...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  (acts, acting, acted) Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English. 1. When you act, you do something for a particular purpose. The deaths occurred when police acted to stop widespread looting and vandalism... I do not doubt that the bank acted properly. VERB: V, V adv/prep 2. If you act on advice or information, you do what has been advised or suggested. A patient will usually listen to the doctor’s advice and act on it. VERB: V on/upon n 3. If someone acts in a particular way, they behave in that way. ...a gang of youths who were acting suspiciously... He acted as if he hadn’t heard any of it... Open wounds act like a magnet to flies. = behave VERB: V adv, V as if, V like n 4. If someone or something acts as a particular thing, they have that role or function. He acted both as the ship’s surgeon and as chaplain for the men. VERB: V as/like n 5. If someone acts in a particular way, they pretend to be something that they are not. Chris acted astonished as he examined the note... Kenworthy had tried not to act the policeman. VERB: V adj, V n 6. When professionals such as lawyers act for you, or act on your behalf, they are employed by you to deal with a particular matter. ...the law firm that acted for Diana during her marriage split... Because we travelled so much, Sam and I asked a broker to act on our behalf. VERB: V for n, V prep 7. If a force or substance acts on someone or something, it has a certain effect on them. He’s taking a dangerous drug: it acts very fast on the central nervous system... VERB: V on/upon n 8. If you act, or act a part in a play or film, you have a part in it. She confessed to her parents her desire to act... She acted in her first film when she was 13 years old. VERB: V, V in n 9. An act is a single thing that someone does. (FORMAL) Language interpretation is the whole point of the act of reading... N-COUNT: oft N of n 10. If you say that someone’s behaviour is an act, you mean that it does...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~1 S1 W1 n 1 »ACTION« a particular kind of action  (a criminal act) ~ of kindness/revenge/courage etc  (The Bishop condemned the attack as an act of mindless violence. | a supreme act of heroism) the sexual ~ (=the act of having sex) 2 be in the ~ of doing sth to be doing something at a particular moment, especially something that you should not do catch sb in the ~ (of doing sth)  (The photo shows her in the act of raising her gun to fire. | The thief was caught in the act.) 3 »LAW« a law that has been officially accepted by Parliament or Congress  (the 1991 Prevention of Terrorism Act | an act of Congress) 4 »PRETENDING« insincere behaviour in which you pretend to have a particular kind of feeling  (A lot of people think Betty's very kind and caring, but it's all just a big act.) put on an ~ (=pretend to have a particular feeling)  (He isn't really ill - he's just putting on an act.) 5 get your ~ together informal to do something in a more organized way or use your abilities more effectively  (She could be an excellent photographer, if only she got her act together a bit more.) 6 get in on the ~ informal to take part in an activity that someone else has started, especially in order to get a share of the advantages for yourself. 7 »PLAY« one of the main parts into which a stage play, opera etc is divided  (Hamlet eventually kills the king in Act 5. | Everything is resolved in the final act.) 8 »PERFORMANCE« one of the several short performances in a theatre or circus (1) show  (They used to do a comedy act together.) 9 »PERFORMER« a performer, singer, group of musicians etc  (top-selling British act `The Happy Mondays') 10 ~ of God an event that is caused by natural forces, such as a storm, flood, or fire, which you cannot prevent or control 11 ~ of worship an occasion when people pray together and show their respect for God 12 balancing/juggling ~ the action of doing several different kinds of work at the same time  (- see also clean up your act (clean2)) ~2 S2 W1 v 1 »DO SOMETHING« a) to do something...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  veterin. abbr. American College of Theriogenologists lab. abbr. Alcor Cryotransport Technician hum. gen. abbr. Appointment Change And Termination physiol. abbr. Anticoagulant therapy physiol. abbr. Active Motion physiol. abbr. Adaptive Control Of Thought U.S. gov. abbr. America Coming Together transport. abbr. Alternative Commute Transportation mil. abbr. Advanced Concepts and Technology mil. abbr. Active Control Technology mil. abbr. Air Control Team mil. abbr. Analysis Control Team mil. abbr. Automatic Continuous Tuning mil. abbr. Advanced Cell Training time zone abbr. Australian Central Time airport code Waco, Texas USA railroad abbr. Absolute Constant Time univ. abbr. Alumni Consulting Team univ. abbr. American College Test univ. abbr. Associates Of Campus Theatre electron. abbr. Actual Cycle Time electron. abbr. Alternative Control Technique toastm. abbr. Acting Communicating And Thinking softw. abbr. Artemis Comparison Tool softw. abbr. Application Control Table db. abbr. Advanced Computer Technologies network. abbr. Advanced Client Technologies file ext. abbr. Action! Presentation file file ext. abbr. Adobe Color table (Photoshop) file ext. abbr. Assistant actor (MS Office) file ext. abbr. Actor source code file (Graphics cell) (Animation Works) file ext. abbr. FoxPro Foxdoc Action Diagram media abbr. Academy Of Children's Theater media abbr. Action for Children's Television media abbr. Always Crackin Trannys non-prof. org. abbr. Amazon Conservation Team educ. abbr. Association of Classroom Teachers educ. abbr. Advanced Career Training educ. abbr. Acting Creating And Teaching educ. abbr. American College Testing educ. abbr. Advanced Computer Tutoring educ. abbr. Abolish Chronic Truancy religion abbr. Acknowledge Care And Tell religion abbr. Australian Contemporary Tap religion abbr. Awakening Change Together law abbr. Assertive Community Treatment law abbr. Arrest Car Thieves school abbr. American Conservatory Theater gen. bus. abbr. Accountability Cooperation And Teamwork gen. bus....
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