The act of sabotage, acting of sabotage and action of sabotage

An act is a single thing that someone does

An action is something that you do on a particular occasion

Acting is the activity or profession of performing in plays or films.

What's the difference between these three words?

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  • Please note,meanwhile, acting of sabotage does not exist. – Lambie Sep 29 '18 at 20:11
  • Please consult a good dictionary, for example this one: dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/action. You will find that each of these words has many meanings in addition to those that you describe, and by studying the examples, you should be able to work out which is appropriate to sabotage. If it's still not clear, please edit your question to provide details of your research and explain exactly what you are still confused about. – JavaLatte Oct 6 '18 at 5:21

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