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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 crooner shocked many when it emerged he had played away with nanny Maresa Morgan, below, in 1994.
Of those that had played away with a friend's girl, only 7.
It was not the finale the tournament would have hoped for as the weather ensured the match would be played away from spectators.
The Division One game between Aspull and Vagabonds was called off but Birchfield played away at Blackpool in North Lancashire One and figured in a nail-biting 17-17 draw.
He said: "When we have played away from home, maybe teams have come and attacked us and we have caught them on the break.