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    Cool In characters

    Could you tell me the meaning of "in characters." What does it mean when it is said by an actor or actress? i.e.: He or she saying something like "You could see yourself in characters and see your friends (colleagues in set) in characters...

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    Re: In characters

    "in character" - it means that the actor is thinking and behaving in the way that his character would think and behave. It is used in the singular only.

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