actor definition

  • noun:
    • A theatrical performer.
    • One who takes part; a participant: "France, Britain . . . and any other external actors now involved . . . in the affairs of the continent” ( Helen Kitchen).
    • Law One, for instance the supervisor of a small business, which acts for another.
    • somebody who executes in a theatrical play or film.
    • a person who acts; a doer.
    • One who takes part in a situation.
    • An advocate or proctor in municipal process of law or causes.
    • One who institutes a suit; plaintiff or complainant.
    • One who enacts a particular plan activity.
    • The entity that does a job (in use case analysis).
    • a person who functions, or participates any affair; a doer.
    • A theatrical performer; a stageplayer.
    • An advocate or proctor in civil process of law or causes.
    • a person who institutes a suit; plaintiff or complainant.
    • person who functions or performs; the doer or performer of an action; especially, a person who represents a character or acts a component in a play; a stage-player.
    • In law: An advocate or a proctor in municipal process of law or reasons.
    • A plaintiff.
    • someone who acts and gets things done
    • a theatrical performer

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