re-act


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re-act

(riːˈækt)
vb
(tr) to act or perform again
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re-act


Past participle: re-acted
Gerund: re-acting

Imperative
re-act
re-act
Present
I re-act
you re-act
he/she/it re-acts
we re-act
you re-act
they re-act
Preterite
I re-acted
you re-acted
he/she/it re-acted
we re-acted
you re-acted
they re-acted
Present Continuous
I am re-acting
you are re-acting
he/she/it is re-acting
we are re-acting
you are re-acting
they are re-acting
Present Perfect
I have re-acted
you have re-acted
he/she/it has re-acted
we have re-acted
you have re-acted
they have re-acted
Past Continuous
I was re-acting
you were re-acting
he/she/it was re-acting
we were re-acting
you were re-acting
they were re-acting
Past Perfect
I had re-acted
you had re-acted
he/she/it had re-acted
we had re-acted
you had re-acted
they had re-acted
Future
I will re-act
you will re-act
he/she/it will re-act
we will re-act
you will re-act
they will re-act
Future Perfect
I will have re-acted
you will have re-acted
he/she/it will have re-acted
we will have re-acted
you will have re-acted
they will have re-acted
Future Continuous
I will be re-acting
you will be re-acting
he/she/it will be re-acting
we will be re-acting
you will be re-acting
they will be re-acting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-acting
you have been re-acting
he/she/it has been re-acting
we have been re-acting
you have been re-acting
they have been re-acting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-acting
you will have been re-acting
he/she/it will have been re-acting
we will have been re-acting
you will have been re-acting
they will have been re-acting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-acting
you had been re-acting
he/she/it had been re-acting
we had been re-acting
you had been re-acting
they had been re-acting
Conditional
I would re-act
you would re-act
he/she/it would re-act
we would re-act
you would re-act
they would re-act
Past Conditional
I would have re-acted
you would have re-acted
he/she/it would have re-acted
we would have re-acted
you would have re-acted
they would have re-acted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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His aim is to remind us quietly that racial differences are only skin deep; Negro demonstrates how much we have in common with others; we may be different in skin colour and facial characteristics, but we are the same in way we express feelings or re-act to physical conditions.
Then Nadia would demand some time to compose herself and come back to re-act. Besides that, Nadia and I often share jokes and convert our serious scenes into parodies, enacting them for the sake of fun.
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Pearson was foolish to re-act in such a fashion and I am sure although he feels that he does not have to apologise he will know privately it was wrong.
Medical officers will be in the wards at the time to see how the patients re-act.
Having a Psychology with Counselling Degree he understands that all people are different in the way they re-act to various situations and he enjoys the great diversity of his work.
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This is where the government should re-act. Some of the young taking part in the rally also told me about a friend detained three times, after a couple of days he was released, back at demonstrations and active in the crowd!
To give an example, Emery provides an initially cogent account of the reasons for defending divine immutability but ends up stating that God does not "re-act" and that the prayers we address to God "are not meant to 'bend' the will of God, or make him change" (72).