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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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Police cameras could be brought into play to clamp down on jet-skiers causing a nuisance on a protected Northumberland estuary famed for its wildlife.
However, according to this report, all the technologies and systems brought into play to reduce malnutrition can do little if both developing and developed nations do not commit to using them.
Mr Reid, stressing infection control would remain a priority, said cleaning was being improved and the "latest science" being brought into play.
Meanwhile, more and more of the material world ( cars, oil, pollution, that which destroys children ( is being brought into play.
Meanwhile, more and more of the material world -- cars, oil pollution, that which destroys children -- is being brought into play.
That is not beyond the realms of possibility, though, as he has less miles on the clock than Dalakhani and Sir Michael Stoute has ensured his stamina will be brought into play by running pacemaker High Action.
Facts: Little to nothing done in the weight room replicates sports movements, regardless of how many joints are brought into play.
Work is well advanced on the development of a second course - at almost 8,000 yards one of the longest courses outside America - and which could be brought into play before his term of office is completed.