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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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The actor picked up a guitar as he unexpectedly strode onto the stage and played along to the US folk star's hit Sunday Morning.
There was a definite air of deja vu in last Friday's Gogglebox as the families yet again played along with Antiques Roadshow - an idea C4 nicked from an old episode of The Royle Family in the first place, by the way.
THERE was a definite air of deja vu on Friday's Gogglebox as the families yet again played along with Antiques Roadshow - an idea C4 nicked from an old episode of The Royle Family in the first place, by the way.