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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.
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play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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There's even a 23-song CD included so you can learn to sing and play along with them, too!
Whenever she goes overboard, I just play along or start laughing.
Setting out from this ensemble--and transformed in the process into a character lifted from a Robbe-Grillet novel--one could bring together a few threads of the fable in which one found oneself dropped, as it were (provided of course that the viewer was willing to play along, which meant accepting the fact that the puzzle would remain obstinately full of holes and the enterprise of elucidation doomed from the start).
But vague promises of a future in TV induced Stempel to play along.
Aladdin rugs received quite a bit of play along with a Burlington collection of accent mats starting at $9.99 for 18-by-30.
As an advanced exercise to illustrate the effect of variations in critical method, students might then be encouraged to assess the implications for the concept of containment of Leah Marcus's refreshingly explicit revision of her approach to Bartholomew Fair by reading her earlier criticism on the play along with her present essay.
Play along to see how many of these you can identify correctly!
HERE'S your Peaky Blinders bingo card to play along with the great BBC2 drama when it returns for afourth series.
This time, Guitar Hero Live comes with a brand new controller with which to play along to tunes.
So people play along, and get into trouble, and that makes work for me, so I can play along.