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Expression talk:act

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This article (act) needs attention because:
Mixed DefinedMeanings, 1) Something done voluntarily by a person, and of such a nature that certain legal consequences attach to it. 2) Documents, decrees, edicts, laws, judgments, etc. (Source: WESTS)
It has been added to this category for attention. Thank you for your patience.


I have started to divide up the two definitions, but since I am not qualified to judge which synonyms/translations belong to which DM (and since many of them are in fact list of Expressions), I have left them all at the first DM. To mark this, I have left the 1)/2) in place in the Definitions. --Sannab 12:16, 4 August 2006 (CEST)

Translations/Synonyms needing attention (please remove once verified):

  • The Expression zákon (ces) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression love (dan) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression act (eng) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression egintza (eus) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression atti (ita) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression lov (nor) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression akt (pol) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression акт (rus) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.
  • The Expression zákony (slk) needs to be verified since the definition has changed.

Both DM's are lacking[edit]

In addition to the points above, there is something wrong with both DM's, IMO. DM1 states that the act must be voluntary. This is simply not true; if I kill someone while at gunpoint, it's still an act of murder. I propose this part is scrapped from the DM. DM2 is currently just a list of examples of acts; however, wouldn't something like "an official document with legal status" be better, with the mentioned documents as narrower concepts? László 22:57, 15 September 2006 (CEST)