TACT

[The Actors` Charitable Trust] ...
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tact

[n] - consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offence
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Tact

Tact noun [ Latin tactus a touching, touch, from tangere , tactum , to touch: confer French tact . See Tangent .] 1. The sense of touch; feeling. « Did you suppose that I could not make myself sensible to tact as well as sight?» Sout...
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tact

tactfulness noun consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offence
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Tact

• (n.) Sensitive mental touch; peculiar skill or faculty; nice perception or discernment; ready power of appreciating and doing what is required by circumstances. • (n.) The stroke in beating time. • (n.) The sense of touch; feeling.
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tact

tact The art of making guests feel at home even when you wish they were.
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Tact

[psychology] Tact is a term that B.F. Skinner used to describe a verbal operant which is controlled by a nonverbal stimulus (such as an object, event, or property of an object) and is maintained by nonspecific social reinforcement (praise). Less technically, a tact is a label. For example, a child may see their pet dog and say `dog`; the no...
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Tact

In music tact is the stroke in beating time.
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Tact

Tact is the intuitive perception of what is correct or fitting especially in the context of knowing the right thing to say or how to behave in a situation.
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tact

consideration in dealing with others
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