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  1. power play

    • n.
      A situation in ice hockey, lacrosse, and certain other sports in which one team has a temporary numerical advantage because the other team has had one or more players removed from play on account of a penalty.;An offensive maneuver in a team game, especially in football, in which a massive concentration of players is applied in a certain area.
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    • 1. A situation in ice hockey, lacrosse, and certain other sports in which one team has a temporary numerical advantage because the other team has had one or more players removed from play on account of a penalty.
    • 2. An offensive maneuver in a team game, especially in football, in which a massive concentration of players is applied in a certain area.
    • 3. A strategic maneuver, as in politics, diplomacy, or business, based on the use or threatened use of power as a means of coercion.