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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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"We had a room at the back that was never used so it was about time it was brought into play.
Even health care costs can brought into play. More organizations have turned to wellness programs as a way to strike a balance between becoming more efficient and offering benefits that will attract top talent.
Court cases were brought into play to show that there were discrimination suits brought against the use of standardized tests in determining if a student should graduate.
Perhaps a third place could be recognised in a race that ends up with seven runners if the bet was placed when there was a minimum eight runners, with a rule 4-type deduction brought into play? H Kane Wembley
As tools were rotated different drying systems were brought into play so that all the applications could be run on all the dryers.
The DRS, which allows each side two challenges, was brought into play shortly after drinks in the opening session when Chris Gayle asked for a referral after umpire Ian Gould turned down a confident lbw shout from debutant Ravi Rampual when Ponting was on 30.