Translation of playact in Spanish:


hacer teatro, v.

Pronunciation ///ˈpleɪækt/

intransitive verb

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    hacer teatro
    • Dodgson made a game of the sessions, so the girls may be play-acting; but the lens confers an inescapable awareness of separateness, bound up with seeing and being seen.
    • Don't play-act being more tired than you are, or be mentally weak enough to give in before you have to, and then training and playing rugby is so simple.
    • That's what I wear when I'm play-acting as a magician, or I get into a suit when I have to make a deal I don't want to - like going to court.
    • More concretely, it became a film about the ability of women ‘to play-act, to fake.’
    • He wore a bullet-proof vest and play-acted into a walkie-talkie saying ‘Roger’ and ‘Over’ to convince locals he was a genuine police officer.
    • But I was only play-acting to avoid embarrassment.
    • She spends money loose and fast, but she also knows how to play-act.
    • And when they make love near the beginning of the movie, they are play-acting.
    • My kid's only 5, so it's a bit different for him, but he goes to regular sessions where he basically learns to play-act through a lot of imaginative and social situations.
    • Mrs Ritchie, not so much expressing herself, but play-acting.
    • Was he simply play-acting, trying to keep expectations low so he would be underestimated?
    • The idea is that a player would not play-act because he would reduce his team to ten men while he is off the field waiting to be waved back on.
    • Bennie and Walter play-act in a repetitive chant, as Ruth embarrassingly answers the door to let in George Murchison.
    • But whatever you do, don't play-act like you're an air-headed, not-so-cerebral, mush-for-brains girl.
    • There has never been a true bond between the two, beyond that of two children, play-acting.
    • Benson had said he believed the children had been play-acting for the camera.
    • You've lived some stuff I've only play-acted.
    • On top of this the Italians are genuinely entertaining: they cook pasta, sing, dance, argue passionately, flirt relentlessly and fall on the floor play-acting.
    • Did you think ‘my God, I and everyone else in this room are play-acting and in doing so are betraying our profession and holding the public in total contempt’?
    • What will follow is rather odd: I'll find myself spontaneously kind of play-acting, having a sort of two-way exchange where I'll say something and then respond to myself as that being.