noun, plural ac·tos [ak-tohz; Spanish ahk-taws]. /ˈæk toʊz; Spanish ˈɑk tɔs/. Southwestern U.S.
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Origin of acto
Words nearby acto
Example sentences from the Web for acto
Acto continuo dispusironle una frugal colacin, y sentse con su hija la mesa.Legends, Tales and Poems|Gustavo Adolfo Becquer
A law was passed which interpreted the Acto Addicional so as nearly to destroy provincial autonomy.
He naturally became a candidate for sole regent after the passage of the Acto Addicional, or amendment to the constitution.