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adulterant acting as an adulterant; adulterating. [1/2 definitions]
aerodynamics (used with a sing. verb) a science that deals with the dynamics of air and other gases and with the forces acting on objects that move through them.
angel in certain theologies, a spiritual being acting as a servant or messenger of God, often represented as a human figure with wings and a halo. [1/3 definitions]
anodize to cover a metal surface with a protective oxide electrolytically, the surface acting as the anode.
antagonistic having opposite effects, or acting in different directions, as a pair of muscles. [1/2 definitions]
antihypertensive acting or tending to control hypertension. [1/2 definitions]
anti-inflammatory acting to reduce inflammation within the body. [1/2 definitions]
antimicrobial acting to kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms. [1/2 definitions]
antiphlogistic acting to reduce inflammation or fever. [1/2 definitions]
aseptic acting to prevent infection. [1/3 definitions]
attributive acting as or having the quality of an attribute or attribution. [1/3 definitions]
automatic acting by itself without outside power or influence. [1/4 definitions]
autonomic occurring or acting involuntarily or independently; automatic. [1/3 definitions]
backup acting as a reserve; extra. [1/4 definitions]
band1 a group of people, animals, or objects acting together. [1/4 definitions]
bind to keep from leaving or acting on one's own; restrain. [1/13 definitions]
cast a group of people acting in a play or film. [1/18 definitions]
cerebrum the region of the brain comprising the largest area, acting to coordinate voluntary movement and control conscious mental activity.
Christian acting or speaking in accord with the teachings of Jesus Christ, esp. as to treatment of other people. [1/5 definitions]
chummy (informal) in a close, friendly relationship, or acting as if one were or wished to be in such a relationship.
coach a person who trains or tutors a student in a specialized field, such as singing, acting, or an academic subject. [1/8 definitions]