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Act on means to take action based on a particular idea or information, while drag on means to continue for longer than necessary or to be tedious and boring.
Act out means to express one's emotions or feelings through behavior, often in an exaggerated or inappropriate way. Trot out means to present or show something that is often used or seen before, sometimes in a way that is not very original.
Bag out means to criticize or make fun of someone, while head out means to leave or depart from a place.
Bail out means to help someone or something out of trouble, especially by providing financial assistance. Count out means to exclude someone or something from a group or activity.
Bear out means to support or confirm something, while come out means to appear or become visible.