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  1. play

    • IPA[pleɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      engage in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose;engage in (a game or activity) for enjoyment
    • n.
      activity engaged in for enjoyment and recreation, especially by children;behaviour or speech that is not intended seriously
    • noun: play, plural noun: plays

    • verb: play, 3rd person present: plays, gerund or present participle: playing, past tense: played, past participle: played

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. engage in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose:

      the children were playing by a pool

      her friends were playing with their dolls

    • 2. engage in (a game or activity) for enjoyment:

      I want to play Snakes and Ladders

    • 3. amuse oneself by engaging in imaginative pretence:

      the boys were playing at soldiers

    • 4. engage in without proper seriousness or understanding:

      it would be wrong to assume that he is simply playing at right-wing politics

    • 5. treat inconsiderately for one's own amusement:

      she likes to play with people's emotions

    • 6. fiddle or tamper with:

      has somebody been playing with these taps?

    • 7. used to convey one's irritation at someone's actions or one's failure to understand their motives:

      what on earth do you think you're playing at?

    • 8. take part in (a sport):

      I play squash and badminton

    • 9. participate in (a sporting match or contest):

      the squad will have played 14 games in six weeks

    • 10. compete against (another player or team) in a sporting match:

      the team will play France on Wednesday

    • 11. be part of a team, especially in a specified position, in a sporting contest:

      he played in goal

    • 12. strike (a ball) or execute (a stroke) in a game:

      was he in an offside position when his teammate played the ball?

    • 13. (of a cricket ground) be in such condition as to have a specified effect on play.
    • 14. assign to take part in a match, especially in a specified position:

      the manager played his strongest side of the season

    • 15. move (a piece) or display (a playing card) in one's turn in a game:

      he played his queen

    • 16. bet or gamble at or on:

      he didn't gamble or play the ponies

    • 17. be cooperative:

      he needs financial backing, but the building societies won't play

    • 18. represent (a character) in a theatrical performance or a film:

      early in her career she played Ophelia

    • 19. perform in a film or theatrical production:

      he was proud to be playing opposite a famous actor

    • 20. put on or take part in (a theatrical performance, film, or concert):

      the show was one of the best we ever played

    • 21. give a dramatic performance at (a particular theatre or place):

      the company are playing 11 cities around the country

    • 22. behave as though one were (a specified type of person):

      the skipper played the innocent, but smuggled goods were found on his vessel

    • 23. treat someone as being of (a specified type):

      don't imagine you can play me for a fool

    • 24. perform on (a musical instrument):

      a man was playing a guitar

    • 25. possess the skill of performing on (a musical instrument):

      he taught himself to play the violin

    • 26. produce (notes) from a musical instrument; perform (a piece of music):

      they played a violin sonata

    • 27. make (a disc, music player, or other device) produce sounds or recorded images:

      someone is playing a record—I can hear the drum

    • 28. (of a musical instrument, music player, or other device) produce sounds or recorded images:

      somewhere within, a harp was playing

      some of the videos are playing without sound

    • 29. accompany (someone) with music as they are moving in a specified direction:

      the bagpipes played them out of the dining room

    • 30. move lightly and quickly, so as to appear and disappear; flicker:

      little beams of light played over the sea

    • 31. (of a fountain or similar source of water) emit a stream of gently moving water:

      a fountain played in the courtyard

    • 32. allow (a fish) to exhaust itself pulling against a line before reeling it in:

      no fisherman ever played a bonita more carefully or with greater wile

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. activity engaged in for enjoyment and recreation, especially by children:

      a child at play may use a stick as an aeroplane

    • 2. behaviour or speech that is not intended seriously:

      I flinched, but only in play

    • 3. designed to be used in games of pretence; not real:

      play families are arranged in play houses

    • 4. the conducting of a sporting match:

      rain wrecked the second day's play

    • 5. the action or manner of engaging in a sport or game:

      he maintained the same rhythm of play throughout the game

    • 6. the status of the ball in a game as being available to be played according to the rules:

      the ball was put in play

    • 7. the state of being active, operative, or effective:

      someone has a bright idea and decides to put it into play

      the forces of a worldwide economy are in play

    • 8. a move or manoeuvre in a sport or game:

      the best play is to lead the 3 of clubs

    • 9. the activity of gambling:

      a young nobleman, ruined by play

    • 10. a dramatic work for the stage or to be broadcast:

      the actors put on a new play

    • 11. the space in or through which a mechanism can or does move:

      the steering rack was loose, and there was a little play

    • 12. scope or freedom to act or operate:

      our policy allows the market to have freer play

    • 13. light and constantly changing movement:

      the artist exploits the play of light across the surface

    • n. the acting out of the part of a particular person or character, for example as a technique in training or psychotherapy:

    • specific guidelines need to followed for role playing to be effective

      role-playing exercises

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    • n. the acting out of the part of a particular person or character, for example as a technique in training or psychotherapy:

    • specific guidelines need to followed for role playing to be effective

      role-playing exercises

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    • n. the playing of card games.

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    • n. a field used for outdoor team games.

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    • adj. (of a record) about 30 cm in diameter and designed to rotate at 331/3 revolutions per minute:

    • a long-playing record

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    • n. a field used for outdoor team games.

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    • n. each of a set of rectangular pieces of cardboard or other material with an identical pattern on one side and different numbers and symbols on the other, used to play various games, some involving gambling. A standard deck contains 52 cards divided into four suits.

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    • n. each of a set of rectangular pieces of card having a sequence of numbers and symbols on one side, used to play various games, some involving gambling. A standard pack contains 52 cards divided into four suits.

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    • IPA[plā]

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    • v.
      engage in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose:
    • the children were playing outside

      her friends were playing with their dolls

    • n.
      activity engaged in for enjoyment and recreation, especially by children:
    • a child at play may use a stick as an airplane

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