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The governor has not yet acted on the bill. Phrasal Verbs: act out To perform in or as if in a play; represent dramatically: act out a story. To realize in action: wanted to act out his theory. To engage in socially inappropriate or impulsive behavior as a manifestation of psychological or emotional pain or turmoil.

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