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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of human action:
/hjumən ækʃən/

Derived Form of human

plural: humans
comparitive: more human
superlative: most human
any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage
Synonymshomo, man, human being,
HyponymsHomo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens, Homo soloensis, Neandertal man, Rhodesian man, world,
Meronymsarm, body hair, face, foot, hand, human body, human head, loin, mane,
a human being
Synonymsindividual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul,
Partsanatomy, bod, build, chassis, figure, flesh, form, frame, human body, material body, personality, physical body, physique, shape, soma,
Type ofbeing, causal agency, causal agent, cause, organism,
Typesabomination, abstainer, abstinent, achiever, acquaintance, acquirer, active, actor, adjudicator, admirer, adoptee, adult, adventurer, adversary, advisee, advocate, advocator, affiant, African, aggregator, allayer, amateur, Amerindian, anomaly, antagonist, ape, aper, applicant, applied scientist, applier, appointee, appointment, appreciator, apprehender, Aquarius, Archer, Aries, arrogator, assimilator, attempter, authority, autodidact, baby, baby boomer, baby buster, bad guy, bad person, Balance, baldhead, baldpate, baldy, balker, bather, battler, baulker, beard, bedfellow, beguiler, beholder, belligerent, best, biter, Black, Black person, blackamoor, blond, blonde, bodybuilder, bomber, boomer, brunet, brunette, Bull, bullfighter, buster, Cancer, candidate, capitalist, Capricorn, captor, capturer, carrottop, case, cashier, Caucasian, celebrant, celebrater, celebrator, chameleon, changer, charmer, child, chooser, chutzpanik, closer, cloud seeder, clumsy person, coddler, collector, color-blind person, colour-blind person, combatant, comforter, common man, common person, commoner, communicator, compeer, complexifier, compulsive, computer user, contemplative, contestant, contriver, controller, controversialist, convert, copycat, counter, coward, Crab, crawler, creator, creature, creditor, creeper, cross-dresser, dancer, dead person, dead soul, debaser, debtor, deceased, deceased person, decedent, defecator, degrader, delayer, deliverer, demander, denizen, departed, deviser, differentiator, discriminator, disentangler, disputant, dissenter, dissident, divider, doer, domestic partner, doormat, double, dresser, dribbler, driveller, drooler, drug user, dupe, dweller, ectomorph, effecter, effector, ejector, Elizabethan, emotional person, emulator, endomorph, engineer, enjoyer, enrollee, entertainer, equal, eristic, essayer, excuser, expectorator, experimenter, expert, explorer, exponent, extravert, extrovert, face, faddist, faller, fastener, female, female person, fiduciary, fighter, first-rater, Fish, follower, forerunner, forgiver, free agent, free spirit, freewheeler, friend, fugitive, gainer, gambler, gatekeeper, gatherer, gay, gem, Gemini, Gentile, Goat, good guy, good person, granter, greeter, grinner, groaner, grownup, grunter, guesser, guinea pig, handicapped person, hater, have, Hebrew, heterosexual, heterosexual person, homo, homosexual, homunculus, hope, hoper, huddler, hugger, image, imitator, immune, indigen, indigene, individualist, indweller, inexperienced person, inhabitant, innocent, insured, insured person, intellect, intellectual, interpreter, introvert, Israelite, Jat, Jew, jewel, juvenile, juvenile person, killer, kneeler, knocker, knower, ladino, large person, Latin, laugher, leader, learner, left-hander, lefty, Leo, Libra, life, lightning rod, linguist, Lion, literate, literate person, liver, longer, look-alike, loose cannon, lover, machine, mailer, maimer, malcontent, male, male person, man, man jack, man of science, mangler, manipulator, masturbator, match, measurer, mediocrity, mesomorph, mestizo, middlebrow, miracle man, miracle worker, misogamist, mixed-blood, modern, modifier, mollycoddler, money dealer, money handler, mother hen, mover and shaker, muscle builder, musclebuilder, muscle-builder, muscleman, mutilator, namer, namesake, national, native, Native American, needer, neglecter, Negro, Negroid, neighbor, neighbour, neutral, noncompliant, nondescript, nondrinker, nonmember, nonparticipant, nonperson, nonreligious person, nonsmoker, nonworker, nude, nude person, nurser, objector, observer, occultist, old maid, onanist, opener, opponent, opposer, optimist, orphan, ostrich, ouster, outcaste, outdoorsman, owner, pamperer, pansexual, pardoner, partner, party, passer, peer, perceiver, percher, person of color, person of colour, persona non grata, personage, personification, perspirer, philosopher, picker, Pisces, pisser, planner, polyglot, possessor, powderer, precursor, preserver, primitive, primitive person, proponent, propositus, prospect, protester, public relations person, pursuer, pussycat, quarter, quester, quitter, radical, Ram, realist, recoverer, rectifier, redhead, redheader, red-header, registrant, relation, relative, reliever, religionist, religious person, repeater, rescuer, resister, rester, restrainer, revenant, rich person, right hander, righthander, right-hander, riser, romanticist, romper, roundhead, ruler, runaway, rusher, Sagittarius, saluter, saver, scholar, scientist, Scorpio, Scorpion, scourge, scrapper, scratcher, searcher, second-rater, seeder, seeker, selector, self, sensualist, sentimentalist, sex object, shaker, shitter, signatory, signer, significant other, simple, simpleton, six-footer, skidder, skin and bones, Slav, slave, slayer, sleepyhead, slider, slipper, slobberer, sloucher, small person, smasher, smiler, smotherer, sneezer, sniffer, sniffler, sniveler, snuffer, snuffler, social dancer, socialiser, socializer, sort, sounding board, southpaw, sphinx, spitter, spoiler, spousal equivalent, spouse equivalent, sprawler, spurner, squinter, squint-eye, squirmer, stifler, stigmatic, stigmatist, stooper, straight, straight person, struggler, subject, substance abuser, succeeder, success, surrenderer, survivalist, survivor, suspect, swayer, sweater, tapper, Taurus, technologist, tempter, termer, terror, testate, testator, thin person, third-rater, thirster, threat, thrower, tiger, topper, toreador, toucher, transexual, transfer, transferee, transsexual, transvestite, traveler, traveller, trier, Twin, tyrant, undoer, unfastener, unfortunate, unfortunate person, unperson, unraveler, unraveller, unskilled person, untier, unusual person, unwelcome person, urinator, user, vanisher, venturer, victim, Victorian, Virgin, Virgo, visionary, voider, waiter, waker, walk-in, wanter, ward, warrior, watcher, Water Bearer, weakling, wealthy person, weight gainer, welcomer, White, white person, wiggler, wight, winker, winner, withholder, witness, worker, wriggler, wuss, yawner, yearner, yielder,
Part ofpeople,
any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae
Synonymshomo, human being, man,
Partsanatomy, arm, bod, body hair, build, chassis, face, figure, flesh, foot, form, frame, hand, head of hair, homo erectus, human body, human face, human foot, human head, loin, lumbus, mane, manus, material body, mitt, paw, pes, physical body, physique, shape, soma,
Type ofhominid,
TypesHomo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo rhodesiensis, Homo sapiens, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, Homo soloensis, Neandertal, Neandertal man, Neanderthal, Neanderthal man, Rhodesian man,
Part ofgenus Homo,
characteristic of humanity
  1. human nature
See alsohumanity, humanly,
relating to a person
  1. the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects
having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings
  1. human beings
  2. the human body
  3. human kindness
  4. human frailty
See alsohumanity, humanness, manhood,
Similaranthropoid, anthropomorphic, anthropomorphous, earthborn, fallible, frail, hominal, hominian, hominid, hominine, humanlike, imperfect, manlike, weak,

Derived Form of action

plural: actions
third person: actions
past: actioned
past participle: actioned
present participle: actioning
something done (usually as opposed to something said)
  1. there were stories of murders and other unnatural actions
Hyponymsaccomplishment, aggression, alienation, application, arrival, beatification, bruxism, change, choice, course, destabilization, economy, emphasizing, employment, fetch, interaction, jumpstart, kindness, performance, pickings, play, playing, politeness, prohibition, reference, res gestae, resistance, reverence, stupefaction, thing, transfusion, transgression, vampirism,
Type ofact, human action, human activity,
Typesaccenting, accentuation, accomplishment, achievement, aggression, alienation, arrival, beatification, benignity, bruxism, carrying into action, carrying out, change, choice, consultation, course, course of action, destabilisation, destabilization, economy, emphasising, emphasizing, employment, engagement, execution, forbiddance, hostility, inhibition, interaction, kindness, opposition, option, performance, pick, pickings, play, playing, prohibition, reference, res gestae, resistance, saving, selection, stupefaction, swordplay, taking, thing, transfusion, transgression,
See alsoact,
the state of being active
  1. his sphere of activity
  2. he is out of action
Synonymsactivity, activeness,
Antonymsinaction, inactivity, inactiveness,
Hyponymsagency, behavior, busyness, eruption, operation, overdrive, play, swing,
Type ofstate,
Typesagency, behavior, behaviour, busyness, eructation, eruption, extravasation, hum, operation, overdrive, play, swing,
See alsoact, active,
a military engagement
  1. he saw action in Korea
Synonymsmilitary action,
Hyponymsamphibious landing, battle, blockade, defense, electronic warfare, police action, resistance, saber rattling, sortie, war,
Hypernymsgroup action,
Type ofgroup action,
Typesamphibious landing, battle, blockade, conflict, defence, defense, defensive measure, electronic warfare, encirclement, engagement, EW, fight, police action, resistance, saber rattling, sabre rattling, sally, sortie, war, warfare,
a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings)
  1. the action of natural forces
  2. volcanic activity
Synonymsnatural process, natural action, activity,
Hyponymsabsorption, acidification, adiabatic process, aeration, antiredeposition, capture, centrifugation, chemical process, chromatography, concretion, condensation, convection, curdling, decay, demagnetization, desorption, diffusion, dissolution, distillation, drift, effervescence, electrophoresis, establishment, extinction, extraction, feedback, filtration, flocculation, flow, formation, fossilization, geological process, hardening, inactivation, ion exchange, ionization, leach, magnetization, materialization, nuclear reaction, opacification, oscillation, oxygenation, pair production, phase change, precession of the equinoxes, radiation, release, saltation, scattering, sericulture, sink, soak, softening, sorption, source, stiffening, stimulation, succession, survival, synergy, temperature change, transduction, transpiration, vitrification,
Type ofprocess,
Typesabsorption, acidification, adiabatic process, aeration, antiredeposition, capture, cataphoresis, centrifugation, chemical action, chemical change, chemical process, chromatography, clotting, coagulation, concretion, condensation, convection, curdling, curing, decay, demagnetisation, demagnetization, desorption, dielectrolysis, diffusion, disintegration, dissolution, distillation, distillment, drift, ecesis, ecological succession, effervescence, electrophoresis, establishment, extinction, extraction, feedback, filtration, flocculation, flow, formation, fossilisation, fossilization, geologic process, geological process, hardening, ignition, inactivation, induction, ion exchange, ionisation, ionization, ionophoresis, leach, leaching, magnetic induction, magnetisation, magnetization, materialisation, materialization, natural selection, nuclear reaction, opacification, oscillation, oxygenation, pair creation, pair formation, pair production, phase change, phase transition, physical change, precession of the equinoxes, radiation, release, rigidification, rigidifying, saltation, scattering, selection, sericulture, set, sink, soak, soakage, soaking, softening, solidification, solidifying, sorption, source, state change, stiffening, stimulation, succession, survival, survival of the fittest, synergism, synergy, temperature change, transduction, transpiration, vitrification,
the series of events that form a plot
  1. his novels always have a lot of action
Type ofplot,
the trait of being active and energetic and forceful
  1. a man of action
Type ofdrive,
the operating part that transmits power to a mechanism
  1. the piano had a very stiff action
Synonymsaction mechanism,
Hyponymsgunlock, movement, piano action, pump action,
Holonymsgun, keyboard,
Type ofmechanism,
Typesfiring mechanism, gunlock, movement, piano action, pump action, slide action,
Part ofgun, keyboard,
a judicial proceeding brought by one party against another; one party prosecutes another for a wrong done or for protection of a right or for prevention of a wrong
Synonymslegal action, action at law,
Hyponymsantitrust case, civil action, counterclaim, custody case, lis pendens, prosecution, test case,
Type oflegal proceeding, proceeding, proceedings,
Typesantitrust case, civil action, counterclaim, criminal prosecution, custody case, lis pendens, prosecution, test case, test suit,
an act by a government body or supranational organization
  1. recent federal action undermined the segregationist position
  2. the United Nations must have the power to propose and organize action without being hobbled by irrelevant issues
  3. the Union action of emancipating Southern slaves
Hypernymsgroup action,
Type ofgroup action,
the most important or interesting work or activity in a specific area or field
  1. the action is no longer in technology stocks but in municipal bonds
  2. gawkers always try to get as close to the action as possible
Type ofwork,
institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against
  1. He was warned that the district attorney would process him
  2. She actioned the company for discrimination
Synonymssue, litigate, process,
Type ofchallenge,
put in effect
  1. carry out a task
  2. execute the decision of the people
  3. He actioned the operation
Synonymscarry through, accomplish, execute, carry out, fulfill, fulfil,
Hyponymsconsummate, dispatch, do, get over, run,
Hypernymscomplete, effect,
Type ofbring about, complete, effect, effectuate, finish, set up,
Typescomplete, consummate, discharge, dispatch, do, get over, perform, run,

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  1. So, note that phrasing, individual human action- but not individual human design.
  2. Hello everyone and welcome to some human on human action featuring Hikaru, Nakamura versus Magnus Carlsen
  3. So much of what drives human action is ultimately just the pursuit of happiness and pleasure.
  4. every human action is motivated by the major motivational system,
  5. This Pokmon was not originally found in Alola. Human action caused a surge in their numbers, and they went feral.
  6. are factors more than human action? Dr. Hayward: Well ... the short answer is,
  7. all human action is taken to ignore or avoid the anxiety generated by the inevitability
  8. The market itself, as Ludwig von Mises describes it in his work Human Action: A Treatise on
  9. inappropriate to refer to the rationality of human action. I also showed how Praxeology
  10. Praxeology. It is an implication of human action that Praxeology acknowledges and puts
  11. behavior, which are Praxeologys area of focus. We separated human action sharply from
  12. But sensuousness is not perceived as human action,
  13. Praxeologys conclusions hold true for all human action, but up until now our lessons
  14. When Praxeology uses the term human action, it doesnt just speak
  15. human action. In this lesson Id like to define the approach Praxeology takes
  16. of driving force due to human action or meteorologic or hydraulic causes or because of
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  18. Although that movie was an action comedy that touched on some darker elements of human nature,