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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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Kids are deeply involved in using the Internet and writing e-mail, not to mention just playing around with new applications," says Hunt.
As usual, Fforde does a lot of playing around, not only using the well-known murder and mayhem involving nursery rhyme and folktale characters as plot fodder, but also taking potshots at detective fiction and detectives (Miss Maple, Inspector Dogleash, etc.
RHYME TIME: Romeo gets inspired on airplanes or playing around with his cousins.
Playing around on the gallows or taking tea with the executioner's wife could make a person unerasably dishonorable.
Sorvino, who hasn't seemed to be able to find a decent role to showcase her talents since her Oscar-winning turn in Mighty Aphrodite, has a ball playing around with gender stereotypes as she effortlessly flits between comedy and drama and between her male and female personae.
Recorded live in Cologne in 1999 is this cracking band led by the Romanian saxophonist and featuring trumpeter Dusko Goykovich, born in the former Yugoslavia, now playing around the world.
It was really just playing around with the dough and the starter.
I wanted to make something that didn't look like digital out of a digital medium, but I didn't want it to look cartoony, and I ironically started playing around with the "real" filters in Photoshop, like photocopy, etc.