Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Juliet"

The meaning of "Juliet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Juliet leaning over the railing ?
A: Presumably this is referring to Juliet, from the Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet, in the balcony scene (Act 2, Scene 2). She is leaning over the railing (the edge of the balcony) in order to talk to Romeo.

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Q: Although Juliet's father has never wanted Romeo to approach her, Juliet still wants to be with Romeo. soa natural?
A: × Although Juliet's father has never wanted Romeo to approach her, Juliet still wants to be with Romeo.
✓ Although Juliet's father has never wanted Romeo to approach her, she still wants to be with him.

Q: Hello Juliet! Hahaha. Don’t worry, I think we can take care of the leftover foo. We are not definetelly throw anything away :) thanks for letting me know soa natural?
A: Hello Juliet! Hahaha. Don’t worry, I think we can take care of the leftover food. We definitely will not throw anything away. Thanks for letting me know.

Q: Juliet that you acted is beautiful.
or
Juliet you acted is beautiful. soa natural?
A: @yu1125 Sure!
You can use either of them, it just depends on how you use them.

'Perform' is usually used when talking about a person's performance.
IE
'His performance wasn't that good in that movie'
'He won an award for his performance'

"Play" is usually used when talking about the character the person plays. It usually requires an object.
IE
'Which character did she play?'
'I have never played a woman before.'
'Who played the robber in that movie'

"Act" is usually used intransitively. It is just the general word for doing 演じる.
IE
'She has never acted before.'
'She is acting in that movie' -
Q: Juliet said that she had neither the time or the energy to exercise after hard work a day. soa natural?
A: *Juliet said that she neither had the time nor the energy to exercise after a hard day at work

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