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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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The final between India and South Africa in the triangular one-day series had to be abandoned after rain made play impossible for the second day in succession.
The referee made play difficult sometimes with 'dodgy' decision-making.
But boss Mike Walsh was full of praise for his players after a hard fought game in which a partially frozen pitch made play and conditions difficult.
Although the original GBA is a great little console, it attracted flak for a badly-lit screen area which made play frustrating unless you sat directly under a light.
It is hardly surprising that the new album plays safe, closely following the symphonic samples and soulful references that made Play so strikingly original.
SUNNY DAZE: Sunshine may be a novelty in Manchester, but it was no laughing matter as reflected glare made play impossible last September at Old Trafford.