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alternate, rotate, take turns - end up, fetch up, finish, finish up, land, land up, wind up - festinate, hasten, hurry, hurry up, look sharp, race, rush, speed - disturb, interrupt - react, reply, respond - go ahead, plow ahead - aggress, attack - force - create - come forward, come out, come to the fore, step forward, step to the fore, step up - pay back, recompense, repay, reward - satisfice, satisfise - maneuver, manoeuver, manoeuvre - dispatch - evade - race - use - play it by ear - play - deal - partner - exert, make an effort, strive - egotrip - reciprocate - go, move, proceed - come close - perform - afford, dare, make bold, presume - engage, prosecute, pursue - act on, act upon, go by - interact - oppose, react - take time by the forelock - coact - offer, volunteer - get around to, get there - dally, flirt, play, toy - approach, go about, go to work on, set about, take up - participate, take part - behave badly, misbehave, misconduct, misdemean, play up - abase o.s., condescend, demean o.s., humble o.s., lower oneself, stoop - acquit, act, act like, bear, behave, behave like, behave o.s., carry, comport, comport o.s., conduct, conduct o.s., deport, play, pretend to be - behave, comport - assay, attempt, endeavor, endeavour, essay, have a crack at, hazard, seek, test, try, try out - court, pay court to, romance, solicit, woo - court - dare - effect - antagonise, antagonize, counteract - anticipate, be ahead of, counter, foresee, forestall, plan ahead - proceed, prosecute, sue - commit, perpetrate, pull - rampage - contend, cope, deal, get along, get by, grapple, make do, make out, make shift, manage - condescend, deign, descend - condescend - be careful, take care, watch, watch one's step - act a part, act superior, lord it over, play-act, pose, pretend, put on airs, put on airs / give oneself airs, put on an act, queen it over - stampede - make a point, make certain, make sure - repeat, take over - surprise - sneak - play - take - guard - begin, start - go off at half-cock, go off half-cocked - hang on, hold back, hold off, wait, watch - carry on, continue, get about, go along, go on, keep, keep going, keep it up, keep on, proceed - do well, had best - continue - continue, persist in - function, officiate - act as[Spéc.]

act, deed, human action, human activity - action - move - action, activeness, activity[Dérivé]

incite, instigate, set off, stir up - direct - bulldoze into, coerce, coerce into, compel, compel to, constrain, dragoon into, force, hale, oblige, press into, press to, pressure, pressurise, pressurize, squeeze - compel, obligate, oblige[Cause]

act upon, bias, impact, influence, sway, work[Analogie]

forbear, refrain[Ant.]

act (v.) • move (v.)



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