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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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GOP hopeful turns up a little bit more on Republican State Chairman Fergus Cullen earlier this month when he claimed in an article in the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call that Cullen wasn't playing fair.
An angry Albers claimed Ide and Super Aguri teammate Takuma Sato are not playing fair in the battle to avoid propping up the grid.
If a country is in the WTO and other international trade organizations, it should expect its trading partners to insist it plays fair, and we see the situation as China not playing fair.
When describing leaders we admire, we use words like: having integrity, being "real," playing fair, having quiet confidence, walking the talk, inspiring.