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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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Enter Kiri Miller's Playing Along, a book exploring the roles of video games and digital media in new modes of experiencing music and performance (in its broadest sense).
A TEENAGER was "just playing along" when he offered his friend a free breakfast if he killed a 15-year-old girl, a court heard yesterday.
A VIOLINIST has apologised after playing along to another act's track during a Britain's Got Talent audition.
If things go to plan, I could be playing along to The House of the Rising Sun within a few weeks, and that song's got to be inmyall-time Top 20 favourite singles.
The game, Mr Mucky Guitar Legend, involves gamers playing along online to Old Man Pie's music, hitting arrow keys in time to the song.
A source tells us that United players love the show, and Wayne and Rio especially enjoy playing along and competing against one another.
"They clearly weren't playing along as the fire looks like it was caused by one of the youngsters setting light to the curtains."