Meanings of Idioms “in the act “, “put on an act “, “take advantage of “, “Age”, “on the air” with definition of phrase


Catch (someone) in the act 


To discover (someone) in the process of doing usually something wrong: The boy was caught in the act of driving away the stolen car.

put on an act 


To pretend by acting in a false way: She is trying to hide her real feelings by putting on an act of bravery.

Advantage


take advantage of 

(someone or something) To make use of someone or something for one’s personal benefit:

Age


Let’s take advantage of this good weather and go for a swim.

Age- under age Not old enough; too young: This boy is under age for the tennis competition.

Air


on the air 

Broadcasting by radio or television: Silence please, we will be on the air in 20 seconds.

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