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put on an act

  • 1 put on an act

    English-Dutch dictionary > put on an act

  • 2 put on an act

    to pretend:

    I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.

    يَتَظَاهَر

    Arabic-English dictionary > put on an act

  • 3 put on an act

    разг.
    действовать неискренно, притворяться, прикидываться [первонач. амер.]

    She was a little sorry what she had done, but he could not be sure that even that was not putting on an act. (J. O'Hara, ‘Appointment in Samarra’, ch. VI) — Фрэни жалела немного, что так все получилось, но Ал думал, что и это притворство.

    It was amazing what a happy, pleased, loving act they could put on out in public - and then to see it fall off of both of them to the floor like a discarded overcoat the minute they got home and were alone. (J. Jones, ‘Some Came Running’, book V, ch. LXXI) — Удивительно, какой довольной, счастливой и любящей парой казались они на людях, и как все менялось дома: когда захлопывалась входная дверь и они оставались одни, личина, носимая ими, спадала, они сбрасывали ее вместе с пальто.

    ‘The truth is,’ he went on, desperately, ‘That it is highly overrated: "It puts on a big act of being sophisticated and cosmopolitan, but at heart it's unalterably provincial."’ (I. Shaw, ‘The Young Lions’, ch. 6) — - Дело в том, - в отчаянии продолжал Ной, - что Нью-Йорк здорово переоценивают. Он похож на провинциала, который лезет из кожи вон, стараясь казаться человеком искушенным и космополитом. Но на самом-то деле он чудовищно провинциален.

    Large English-Russian phrasebook > put on an act

  • 4 put on an act

    expr infml

    You don't have to put on an act. We accept you the way you are — Не надо из себя ничего ставить. Мы готовы принять тебя таким, какой ты есть

    The new dictionary of modern spoken language > put on an act

  • 5 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) lade som om; spille
    * * *
    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) lade som om; spille

    English-Danish dictionary > put on an act

  • 6 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) fingir, hacer la comedia

    English-spanish dictionary > put on an act

  • 7 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) þykjast

    English-Icelandic dictionary > put on an act

  • 8 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) megjátszik vmit

    English-Hungarian dictionary > put on an act

  • 9 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) fingir

    English-Portuguese dictionary > put on an act

  • 10 put on an act

    hava atmak, caka satmak
    * * *
    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) numara yapmak

    English-Turkish dictionary > put on an act

  • 11 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) pretvarjati se

    English-Slovenian dictionary > put on an act

  • 12 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) teeskennellä

    English-Finnish dictionary > put on an act

  • 13 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) late som, spille

    English-Norwegian dictionary > put on an act

  • 14 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) fare finta, fingere

    English-Italian dictionary > put on an act

  • 15 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) Theater spielen

    English-german dictionary > put on an act

  • 16 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) udawać

    English-Polish dictionary > put on an act

  • 17 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) izlikties

    English-Latvian dictionary > put on an act

  • 18 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) apsimesti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > put on an act

  • 19 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) spela, låtsas

    English-Swedish dictionary > put on an act

  • 20 put on an act

    (to pretend: I thought she had hurt herself but she was only putting on an act.) hrať divadlo (predstierať)
    * * *
    • predstierat
    • hrat divadlo

    English-Slovak dictionary > put on an act

См. также в других словарях:

  • put on an act — {v. phr.} 1. To perform a play. * /The seventh grade put on a lovely act for Christmas for the parents./ 2. To pretend. * / If you always put on an act, her father said, people will never know who you really are. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put on an act — {v. phr.} 1. To perform a play. * /The seventh grade put on a lovely act for Christmas for the parents./ 2. To pretend. * / If you always put on an act, her father said, people will never know who you really are. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put on an act — 1. To make a pretence 2. To show off • • • Main Entry: ↑act …   Useful english dictionary

  • put on an act — index fake Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • put\ on\ an\ act — v. phr. 1. To perform a play. The seventh grade put on a lovely act for Christmas for the parents. 2. To pretend. If you always put on an act, her father said, people will never know who you really are …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put on an act — pretend …   English contemporary dictionary

  • put — [ put ] (past tense and past participle put) verb transitive *** ▸ 1 move something to position ▸ 2 cause to be in situation ▸ 3 write/print something ▸ 4 make someone go to place ▸ 5 give position on list ▸ 6 build/place somewhere ▸ 7 express in …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • put on — [v1] pretend act, affect, assume, bluff, confound, confuse, counterfeit, deceive, don, fake, feign, make believe, masquerade, playact, pose, pull, put on a front, put on an act, sham, simulate, strike, take on, trick; concept 59 Ant. be truthful… …   New thesaurus

  • act — act, action 1. The distinction between the two words in their general meanings is not always clear: we are judged by our acts or by our actions. In general, however, action has more of the notion of performance, and extends to inanimate things… …   Modern English usage

  • act — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. & v. See action, drama, conduct, affectation, representation, rule. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [An action] Syn. action, deed, performance, exploit; see action 2 . 2. [An official or legal s …   English dictionary for students

  • put — v 1. place, pose, set, lay; drop, Inf. plop, Inf. plunk, Inf. plank, plump; park, station, post, stand; plant, implant, imbed; perch, mount, deposit; situate, locate, emplace, position, center; dispose, allocate, install, collocate, spot,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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