- adj. 代理的；装腔作势的
- n. 演技；演戏；假装
- acting (adj.)
- 1590s, "putting forth activity," present participle adjective from act (v.). Meaning "performing temporary duties" is from 1797.
- acting (n.)
- c. 1600, "performance of deeds;" 1660s, "performance of plays;" verbal noun from present participle of act (v.). Acting out in psychology is from 1945.
- 1. The president insisted that he was acting out of compassion, not opportunism.
- 2. I wasn't going to demean myself by acting like a suspicious wife.
- 3. For years the teaching of acting has been shrouded in mystery.
- 4. Acting is definitely a young person's profession in many ways.
- 5. She was messing with the coffee pot, which was acting up again.
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