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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis play reiškia 1. n 1) žaidimas; žaismas, pokštas; to be at play žaisti; play of words žodžių žaismas, tuščiažodžiavimas; 2) pjesė; 3) elgimasis; fair play garbingas pasielgimas; 4) veikimas; to bring/call into play paleisti į darbą; to come into play pradėti veikti; to lietuviškai.

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • verb-intransitive: To occupy oneself in amusement, sport, or other recreation: children playing with toys.
  • verb-intransitive: To take part in a game: No minors are eligible to play.
  • verb-intransitive: To participate in betting; gamble.
  • verb-intransitive: To act in jest or sport: They're not arguing in earnest, they're just playing.
  • verb-intransitive: To deal or behave carelessly or indifferently; toy. See Synonyms at flirt.
  • verb-intransitive: To behave or converse sportively or playfully.
  • verb-intransitive: To act or conduct oneself in a specified way: play fair; an investor who plays cautiously.
  • verb-intransitive: To act, especially in a dramatic production.
  • verb-intransitive: Music To perform on an instrument: play on an accordion.
  • verb-intransitive: Music To emit sound or be sounded in performance: The band is playing.
  • verb-intransitive: To be performed, as in a theater or on television: A good movie is playing tonight.
  • verb-intransitive: To be received or accepted: a speech that played poorly with the voters.
  • verb-intransitive: To move or seem to move quickly, lightly, or irregularly: The breeze played on the water.
  • verb-intransitive: To function or discharge uninterruptedly: The fountains played in the courtyard.
  • verb-intransitive: To move or operate freely within a bounded space, as machine parts do.
  • verb-transitive: To perform or act (a role or part) in a dramatic performance.
  • verb-transitive: To assume the role of; act as: played the peacemaker at the meeting.
  • verb-transitive: To perform (a theatrical work) on or as if on the stage.
  • verb-transitive: To present a theatrical performance in (a given place): The company played Detroit last week.
  • verb-transitive: To pretend to be; mimic the activities of: played cowboy; played the star.
  • verb-transitive: To engage in (a game or sport): play hockey; play chess.
  • verb-transitive: To compete against in a game or sport.
  • verb-transitive: To occupy or work at (a position) in a game: Lou Gehrig played first base.
  • verb-transitive: To employ (a player) in a game or position: Let's play her at first base.
  • verb-transitive: To use or move (a card or piece) in a game: play the ace of clubs
  • verb-transitive: To hit (a ball, shot, or stroke), as in tennis: played a strong backhand.
  • verb-transitive: To attempt to keep or gain possession or control of: No foul was called because he was playing the ball.
  • verb-transitive: To bet; wager: played ten dollars on the horse.
  • verb-transitive: To make bets on: play the races.
  • verb-transitive: To perform or put into effect, especially as a jest or deception: play a joke on a friend.
  • verb-transitive: To handle; manage: played the matter quietly.
  • verb-transitive: To use or manipulate, especially for one's own interests: played his opponents against each other.
  • verb-transitive: Music To perform on (an instrument): play the guitar.
  • verb-transitive: Music To perform (a piece) on instruments or an instrument.
  • verb-transitive: To cause (a compact disk or audiocassette, for example) to emit recorded sounds.
  • verb-transitive: To discharge or direct in or as if in a continuous stream: play a hose on a fire.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to move rapidly, lightly, or irregularly: play lights over the dance floor.
  • verb-transitive: To exhaust (a hooked fish) by allowing it to pull on the line.
  • noun: A literary work written for performance on the stage; a drama.
  • noun: The performance of such a work.
  • noun: Activity engaged in for enjoyment or recreation.
  • noun: Fun or jesting: It was all done in play.
  • noun: The act or manner of engaging in a game or sport: After a time-out, play resumed. The golf tournament featured expert play.
  • noun: The act or manner of using a card, piece, or ball in a game or sport: my partner's play of the last trump; his clumsy play of the rebound.
  • noun: A move or an action in a game: It's your play. The runner was thrown out in a close play.
  • noun: Participation in betting; gambling.
  • noun: Manner of dealing with others; conduct: fair play.
  • noun: An attempt to obtain something; a bid: a play for sympathy.
  • noun: Action, motion, or use: the play of the imagination.
  • noun: Freedom or occasion for action; scope: give full play to an artist's talents. See Synonyms at room.
  • noun: Movement or space for movement, as of mechanical parts.
  • noun: Quick, often irregular movement or action, especially of light or color: the play of color on iridescent feathers.
  • phrasal-verb: play along Informal To cooperate or pretend to cooperate: decided to play along with the robbers for a while.
  • phrasal-verb: play around To philander.
  • phrasal-verb: play at To participate in; engage in.
  • phrasal-verb: play at To do or take part in halfheartedly.
  • phrasal-verb: play back To replay (a recently recorded tape, for example).
  • phrasal-verb: play down To minimize the importance of; make little of: played down the defect to protect the troops' morale.
  • phrasal-verb: play off To establish the winner of (a tie) by playing in an additional game or series of games.
  • phrasal-verb: play off To participate in a playoff.
  • phrasal-verb: play off To set (one individual or party) in opposition to another so as to advance one's own interests: a parent who played off one child against another.
  • phrasal-verb: on To take advantage of (another's attitudes or feelings) for one's own interests: demagogues who play on popular fears.
  • phrasal-verb: play out To use up; exhaust: Our strength was played out early in the contest.
  • phrasal-verb: play up To emphasize or publicize: She played up her experience during the job interview.
  • idiom: in play Sports In a position to be legally or feasibly played: The ball is now in play.
  • idiom: in play In a position, or rumored to be in a position of possible corporate takeover: The company's stock rose in price when it was said to be in play.
  • idiom: out of play Sports Not in a position to be legally or feasibly played.
  • idiom: play ball Slang To cooperate: The opposing attorneys refused to play ball with us.
  • idiom: play both ends against the middle To set opposing parties or interests against one another so as to advance one's own goals.
  • idiom: play fast and loose To behave in a recklessly irresponsible or deceitful manner: played fast and loose with the facts.
  • idiom: play for time To use delaying tactics; temporize.
  • idiom: play games Slang To be evasive or deceptive: Quit playing games and tell me what you want.
  • idiom: play hard to get To pretend to be inaccessible or uninterested, as when flirting.
  • idiom: play in Peoria Slang To be acceptable to average constituents or consumers.
  • idiom: play into the hands of To act or behave so as to give an advantage to (an opponent).
  • idiom: play (one's) cards Informal To use the resources or strategies at one's disposal: played her cards right and got promoted.
  • idiom: play possum To pretend to be sleeping or dead.
  • idiom: play the field To date more than one person.
  • idiom: play the game Informal To behave according to the accepted customs or standards.
  • idiom: play up to To curry favor with.
  • idiom: play with a full deck Slang To be of sound mind: didn't seem to be playing with a full deck.
  • idiom: play with fire To take part in a dangerous or risky undertaking.
  • idiom: play with (oneself) Vulgar Slang To masturbate.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • to be at play žaisti
  • pjesė
  • elgimasis
  • fair play garbingas pasielgimas
  • veikimas
  • to bring/call into play paleisti į darbą
  • to come into play pradėti veikti
  • to
  • žaidimas
  • žaismas
  • pokštas
  • play of words žodžių žaismas
  • tuščiažodžiavimas
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