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Today's Idiom = "Act As Someone"
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Act As Someone ( take on a certain role or responsibility ... )

"Act As Someone"

Acting as someone is taking the responsibility of that person for a period of time.

Example: "Clean yourself up. Don't expect me to act as your maid."

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