acting

acting
A n Cin, Theat (performance) jeu m, interprétation f ; (occupation) métier m d'acteur ; have you done any acting? est-ce que vous avez fait du théâtre?
B modif Cin, Theat [style] de jeu ; [talent, skill] d'acteur.
C adj [director, inspector etc] intérimaire.

Big English-French dictionary. 2003.

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