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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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I don't enjoy playing against my best friend in a game.
I met most of my friends on the golf course, some of them I've been playing with for over thirty years
A useful practice tool for students playing the two opening phrases in Example 2 is to take time first to feel the emotion of the opening unison passage (commanding, bold) before playing it, then pause and feel the emotion of the second phrase (pleading, uncertain) and then play it.
Playing loud music, the experience doesn't go very far beyond the moment.
And then Drea de Matteo, who had worked with Whitehouse before playing Adriana on The Sopranos, took on the role of bassist Tracy before leaving Prey for a role in a Hollywood feature.
If you're playing against a cautious player who bets heavily on a certain hand, for example, you should fold, because he or she probably holds very good cards.
All players should wear footwear that protects their feet and prevents slipping on the playing surface.
Carroll said he doesn't like playing ``off technique'' because it allows teams to complete short, quick passes.
A team of captains, coaching each other, is like facing a team that's playing with 30 players--it intimidates.
If playing open scores is difficult for pianists with years of training, it is even more so for the instrumental or vocal music major who does not engage in piano study until his freshman year in college.
And you say, "Oh, yeah, I see how he's playing that.