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ACT

(National) Alliance for Community Trees

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
act (noun)
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 - action caught in the act
5.
often capitalized a formal record of something done or transacted
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 act
c) a performance or presentation identified with a particular individual or group
d) the sum of a person's actions or effects that serve to create an impression or set an example - a hard act to follow
8.
a display of affected behavior - pretense
act (verb)
transitive verb
1.
obsolete - actuate animate
2.
a) to represent or perform by action especially on the stage
b) - feign simulate
c) - impersonate
3.
to play the part of as if in a play - act the man of the world
4.
intransitive verb
to behave in a manner suitable to - act your age
1.
a) to perform on the stage
b) to behave as if performing on the stage - pretend
2.
to take action - move think before acting acted favorably on the recommendation
3.
to conduct oneself - behave act like a fool
4.
to perform a specified function - serve trees acting as a windbreak
5.
to produce an effect - work wait for a medicine to act
6.
of a play to be capable of being performed - the play acts well
7.
to give a decision or award - adjourned without acting on the bill
ACT (abbreviation)
1.
Action for Children's Television
2.
Association of Classroom Teachers
3.
Australian Capital Territory
ACT (trademark)
- used for a standardized achievement test to evaluate suitability for college admission
act (abbreviation)
1.
active
2.
actor
3.
actual
act
ACT (Wikipedia)

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