act out - definitions and synonyms

act out verb

  1. English Meaning: 

    : represent an incident, state, or emotion by action, especially on stage

    Example Sentenses:

    • She could act neurotic anxiety

  2. English Meaning: 

    : act out; represent or perform as if in a play

    Example Sentenses:

    • She reenacted what had happened earlier that day

    Synonyms:

    enact / reenact

Usage Examples:

  • Britain has been rolling out the shot among all age groups after the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) was the first regulator to approve it in December.
    geo.tv
  • someone can show up with really deep pockets and bail out all the countries.
    npr.org
  • Rizwan and Ashraf provided a face-saving partnership for Pakistan with 107 for the seventh wicket before the former was run out for 71 by a smart underarm throw from Mitchell Santner at square leg.
    geo.tv
  • But Jan Longeval, an analyst at Banque Degroof in Brussels, sees a face-saving way out.
    economist.com
  • Kohli put on 99 runs with overnight partner Ajinkya Rahane, who made 51, to pulverise Bangladesh, who were bowled out for 106 in what is also their first pink ball Test.
    geo.tv