play 英 [pleɪ] 美 [pleɪ]
vt. 游戏；扮演；演奏；播放； vi. 演奏；玩耍； n. 游戏；比赛；
进行时:playing 过去式:played 过去分词:played 第三人称单数:plays 名词复数:plays
- A play is a dramatic work that's written to be staged in a theater and in front of an audience. Your city might offer a free Shakespeare play in the park every year.
- vt. 游戏；扮演；演奏；播放；
- vi. 演奏；玩耍；
- n. 游戏；比赛；
1. You'll have to play inside today.
2. Let's play a different game.
3. Play the piano/violin/flute
4. a radio play
5. to play football/chess/cards, etc.
6. France are playing Wales tomorrow.
7. Evans played very well.
8. Who's playing on the wing?
9. Play me their new CD, please.
10. I decided it was safer to play dead.
11. He played the situation carefully for maximum advantage.
- play (n.) Old English plega (West Saxon), plæga (Anglian) "quick motion; recreation, exercise, any brisk activity" (the latter sense preserved in swordplay, etc.), from or related to Old English plegan (see play (v.)). By early Middle English it could mean variously, "a game, a martial sport, activity of children, joke or jesting, revelry, sexual indulgence."
- play (v.) Old English plegan, plegian "move rapidly, occupy or busy oneself, exercise; frolic; make sport of, mock; perform music," from West Germanic *plegan "occupy oneself about" (source also of Old Saxon plegan "vouch for, take charge of," Old Frisian plega "tend to," Middle Dutch pleyen "to rejoice, be glad," German pflegen "take care of, cultivate"), from PIE root *dlegh- "to engage oneself, be or become fixed."
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