|somebody acting for another||next friend|
|a few, associate two things, connect, join, link; marry; mate, engage in sexual intercourse, electrical contact, have sexual intercourse, join two things, pair of dogs, duo, group of two persons or things; (Mechanics) two equal forces acting in opposit...||couple|
|a trademark for the long-acting benzodiazepine drug chlordiazepoxide, used to treat anxiety, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and sometimes insomnia||Librium|
|able to function as a substitute, acting as substitute||substitutive|
|able to function without waste, acting directly to produce an effect, effective, done without waste (of time, resources, etc.), well-organized||efficient|
|abrupt directional change, act as stand-in, acting in contrasting or opposing ways, advance with two-base hit, announce bridge double, being twice as much or many, bet on two races, call increasing score or bid, composed of two parts or items; twofold;...||double|
|abstain from eating, abstain from food, act of abstaining from eating; period during which one abstains from eating, acting or moving rapidly, at incorrect time, close, conducive to rapid speed, debauched, deprive of food, done quickly, fastened, firml...||fast|
|across from, antonym, contrast; something contrary, facing an angle, facing away, facing each other geometrically, across from; contrary; reverse; different; antithetical, in a complementing acting role to, in the opposite position, level with on the o...||opposite|
|act against, oppose (with an equal weight, force, etc.), balance with equal weight, counterbalancing person or thing, have equal and opposing effect on, weight that balances another, weight which balances another; equal weight or power acting in opposi...||counterbalance|
|act as mother to, protect, nurture; give life to by birthing, mom, female parent; woman who has given birth; woman acting as a mother or exercising mother-like authority; small British gun used in WWI (British Slang), mother of vinegar, of a female par...||mother|
|act in a play, behave insincerely, pretend to be acting||play-act|
|act of providing guidance and support to another (usually younger or less-skilled) person, acting as mentor||mentoring|
|act of turning completely around, change of direction; change (of opinion, loyalty, etc.); merry-go-round (British); acting towards someone in the manner they have acted towards others; radical person (Archaic), total change in outlook or behavior, tur...||turnabout|
|act out part, acting out of part||role-play|
|acting against allergic reaction||antiallergenic|
|acting against cancer||anticancer|
|acting against growth of bacteria, against bacteria, agent acting against bacteria||antibacterial|
|acting against hemophilia (hereditary disorder characterized by a failure of the blood to clot normally)||antihemophilic|
|acting against nerve impulses, sympatholytic drug||sympatholytic|
|acting as a front, dried grass stalk, dry threshed grain stalks (used for bedding, animal fodder, basket weaving, etc.); single stalk of grain; hollow slender tube used to suck up liquids; something of little importance, item made of straw, of or perta...||straw|
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