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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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Yet despite his successes the length and breadth of America, he makes great play of his status as a good ol' American boy looking for kicks.
He makes great play with the importance of political parties having members on the ground, able to get out the vote on the day.
The Llais Gwynedd spokesperson makes great play of Cardiff Council''s decision to freeze council tax this year but conveniently omits to mention that this decision is likely to result in PS22m cuts to Cardiff residents' services.
IDS makes great play of caring about making broken Britain one nation.
Liverpool also makes great play of its musical heritage, which is reasonable enough from the city that produced the Beatles.
Sir - The Government makes great play of the Tories' inability to find three (or is it five?