adjective (temporarily carrying out the duties of: He is acting president of the society.) en funciones
acting n
1. teatro
acting is an insecure profession el teatro es una profesión insegura
2. actuación / interpretación
I thought the acting was brilliant la actuación me ha parecido fantástica
1 en funciones, accidental
the acting director chaired the ceremony el director accidental presidió la ceremonia
1 SMALLTHEATRE/SMALL (profession) teatro
I've never done any acting no he hecho nunca teatro
2 (performance) interpretación nombre femenino, actuación nombre femenino
the acting was awful la interpretación era malísima
3 (pretence) comedia
it's not for real, it's only acting no es de verdad, es pura comedia
eventual adj.
interino, -a adj.
suplente adj.
acción s.f.
representación s.f.
mass noun
a) (performance) interpretación f, actuación f
b) (as activity)

have you done any acting before? — ¿has hecho teatro/cine alguna vez?

I want to go into acting — quiero ser actor

ADJ [headmaster, president etc] interino, suplente
N (Theat) (=performance) interpretación f , actuación f ; (=profession) profesión f de actor, teatro m

what was his acting like? — ¿qué tal hizo el papel?

this is acting as it should be — esto se llama realmente ser actor or actriz, así es el teatro de verdad

acting is not in my line — yo no soy actor

she has done some acting — tiene alguna experiencia como actriz

to go in for acting — hacerse actor

* * *
mass noun
a) (performance) interpretación f, actuación f
b) (as activity)

have you done any acting before? — ¿has hecho teatro/cine alguna vez?

I want to go into acting — quiero ser actor

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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