Noun: законодательство


guilty of criminal acts - виновный в совершении преступных актов

homologate the acts of an ally - поддержать действия союзника

his acts stamp him as an honest man - его поступки характеризуют его как честного человека

refrain from acts of hostility - воздерживаться от враждебных действий

incite terrorist acts - провоцировать террористические акты

suppression of acts of aggression - подавление актов агрессии

inequitable acts - несправедливые действия

acts preceding the infringement - действия предшествующий нарушению; действия предшествующие нарушению

injurious acts - действия, наносящие ущерб

legislative acts - действия законодательного характера

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This scene acts well. - Эта сцена хорошо подходит для театра.

She acts as the chair. - Она выполняет обязанности председателя.

She acts in this play. - Она играет в этой пьесе.

She acts a little fruity. - Она немного странно себя ведёт. (fruity — "немного с приветом", безобидная сумасшедшинка, иногда намёк на гомосексуальность)

She acts as our interpreter. - Она выступает в качестве нашего переводчика.

He sings better than he acts. - Он поёт лучше, чем играет (на сцене).

The play comprises three acts. - Пьеса состоит из трёх актов.

This weather acts on my nerves. - Эта погода действует мне на нервы.

acts that are proscribed by law - действия, запрещённые законом

He acts like an overgrown child. - Он ведёт себя, как ребёнок-переросток.

She currently acts as accountant. - В данный момент она исполняет функции бухгалтера.

She acts like she owns the place! - Ведёт себя, как будто она тут хозяйка!

This medicine acts as a stimulus. - Это лекарство оказывает стимулирующее действие.

bombings and other acts of terror - взрывы и другие теракты

When he's angry, he acts the fool. - Когда он злится, то начинает притворяться дурачком.

A man who coupled acts with words. - Человек, у которого слова не расходятся с делами.

He acts like a real prat sometimes. - Иногда он ведёт себя, как настоящий болван.

He acts like he has all the answers. - Он ведёт себя так, как будто у него есть есть ответы на все вопросы.

Tom acts as if I don't exist at times. - Том иногда ведёт себя так, словно меня не существует.

My little brother acts weird sometimes. - Мой маленький брат иногда ведёт себя странно.

I'll do as I've said if he acts square. - Я сдержу слово, если он не будет жульничать.

The egg in the recipe acts as a binder. - Яйцо в этом рецепте действует в качестве связующего вещества.

Acts of terrorism must not escape justice. - Акты терроризма не должны ускользать от правосудия.

Fluoric acid acts destructively upon glass. - Фтористая кислота разрушительно воздействует на стекло.

His behavior fits a pattern of violent acts. - Его поведение соответствует шаблону насильственных действий.

Parents are answerable for their child's acts. - Родители несут ответственность за поступки своего ребенка.

We were grateful for her many acts of kindness. - Мы были очень благодарны ей за множество добрых дел.

Government acts as guarantor of debt repayment. - Государство выступает в качестве гаранта выплаты долга.

He often acts impulsively and later regrets it. - Он часто действует импульсивно, а потом об этом жалеет.

She acts as the moderator in our office meetings. - Она выступает в качестве модератора наших рабочих совещаний.

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Связанные термины:

act: When you act, you do something for a particular purpose.

Factory Acts: laws relating to factories

Navigation Acts: a series of acts of Parliament, the first of which was passed in 1381, that attempted to restrict to English ships the right to carry goods to and from England and its colonies . The attempt to enforce the acts helped cause the War of American Independence

Townshend Acts: acts of the British Parliament in 1767, esp. the act that placed duties on tea, paper, lead, paint, etc., imported into the American colonies

act on: to regulate one's behaviour in accordance with ( advice, information, etc)

act out: If you act out an event which has happened, you copy the actions which took place and make them into a play.

act up: If something is acting up, it is not working properly.

cod-act: to play tricks ; fool

re-act: to act or perform again

sex act: any act involving sexual stimulation

Reconstruction Acts: the acts of Congress during the period from 1865 to 1877 providing for the reorganization of the former Confederate states and setting forth the process by which they were to be restored to representation in Congress, esp. the acts passed in 1867 and 1868

class act: someone who is very good at what they do.

play-act: If someone is play-acting, they are pretending to have attitudes or feelings that they do not really have.

Test Act: a law passed in 1673 in England to exclude Catholics from public life by requiring all persons holding offices under the Crown, such as army officers, to take the Anglican Communion and perform other acts forbidden to a Catholic: repealed in 1828

double act: Two comedians or entertainers who perform together are referred to as a double act . Their performance can also be called a double act .

speech act: an utterance that constitutes some act in addition to the mere act of uttering

Acts of the Apostles: the fifth book of the New Testament, describing the development of the early Church from Christ's ascension into heaven to Paul's sojourn at Rome

corrupt practices acts: laws limiting contributions to and expenditures in election campaigns, making illegal certain methods of influencing voters, etc.

act of God: An act of God is an event that is beyond human control, especially one in which something is damaged or someone is hurt .

enabling act: a legislative act conferring certain specified powers on a person or organization

hovering act: an act forbidding or restricting the loitering of foreign or domestic vessels within the prescribed limits of a coastal nation

juggling act: If you say that a situation is a juggling act, you mean that someone is trying to do two or more things at once, and that they are finding it difficult to do those things properly.

juristic act: a proceeding designed to have a legal effect

opening act: the first act at a concert, etc, esp before a main act

special act: a legislative act that applies only to specific persons or to a specific area

support act: a band or entertainer not topping the bill

balancing act: If you perform a balancing act, you try to deal successfully with two or more people, groups, or situations that are in opposition to each other.

locutionary act: the act of uttering a sentence considered only as such

vanishing act: a vanishing act is when someone is impossible to contact, or disappears from public view

high-wire act: a circus trick in which the performer walks across a high wire

illocutionary act: an act performed by a speaker by virtue of uttering certain words, as for example the acts of promising or of threatening

perlocutionary act: the action of affecting someone by uttering certain words

corrupt practices act: any of several U.S. statutes for ensuring the purity of elections by forbidding the purchase of votes, restricting the amount and source of political contributions, limiting campaign expenditures, and requiring the submission of an itemized statement of such expenditures

sunshine law: a law that requires some proceedings of government agencies to be open to the public

illocution: an act performed by a speaker by virtue of uttering certain words, as for example the acts of promising or of threatening

perlocution: the effect that someone has by uttering certain words, such as frightening a person

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Однокоренные слова:

act - закон, акт, действие, поступок, дело, деяние, действовать, поступать, работать, играть
actable - годный для постановки, игровой, годный для выполнения, возможный
acting - действующий, исполняющий обязанности, игра
action - действие, деятельность, акция, боевой