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play englannista suomeksi

  1. toimia

  2. leikittely, karkelointi

  3. näytelmä

  4. leikinlasku, pila

  5. pelata, veikata

  6. löysä, holkkuvuus

  7. veto, temppu, siirto

  8. soittaa

  9. pelata vastaan

  10. lyödä vetoa

  11. leikkiä

  12. leikitellä

  13. vahvistaa, upota

  14. liikkumavara, toimintavapaus

  15. liikkua vapaasti

  16. esiintyä jssk, esiintyä

  17. pelitapa

  18. olla osana, pelata jnk pussiin

  19. vuoro

  20. ottelu

  21. soida

  22. ruiskuttaa

  23. häälyä

  24. siirtää

  25. peluuttaa

  26. väsyttää

  27. lyödä

  28. lento

  29. erä

  30. tuottaa

  31. leikki

  32. peli

  33. uhkapeli

  34. esittää

  35. huvitella

  1. Verbi

  2. leikkiä usually of children, telmiä of physical activity, pitää hauskaa

  3. soittaa

  4. hoitaa

  5. näytellä

  6. pelata, osallistua

  7. toistaa, soittaa

  8. naruttaa, huijata

  9. leikkiä

  10. Substantiivi

  11. leikki, peli

  12. peli

  13. näytelmä

  14. siirto

  15. kenttä, esiintymä

  16. siirto, peli

  17. toisto, toistokerta

play englanniksi

  1. To act in a manner such that one has fun; to engage in activities expressly for the purpose of recreation or entertainment.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)listed some of the things his pet did not do:(..)go on vacation, play in the same way that he did with his friends, and so on.

  4. 2003, Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont et al. (eds.), ''Joining Society: Social Interaction and Learning in Adolescence and Youth'', Cambridge Univ. Press, p.52:

  5. We had to play for an hour, so that meant that we didn't have time to play and joke around.
  6. To perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game).

  7. (hyper)

    (hypo)

  8. To compete against, in a game.

  9. ''We're playing one of the top teams in the next round.''

  10. (quote-journal)

  11. (in the scoring of games and sports) To be the opposing score to.

  12. ''Look at the score now ... 23 plays 8!''

  13. To take part in amorous activity; to love.

  14. (syn)

  15. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  16. To gamble.

  17. *1791, (w), ''Celestina'', Broadview 2004, p. 407:

  18. “I play, comparatively, very little; I don't drink a fifth part so much as half the people I live with; and I reckon myself, upon the whole, a very orderly, sober fellow.”
  19. To act as the indicated role, especially in a performance.

  20. 1984, (w), commercial for Vicks Formula 44:

  21. (quote)
  22. (quote-journal)| passage=In plants, the ability to recognize self from nonself plays an important role in fertilization, because self-fertilization will result in less diverse offspring than fertilization with pollen from another individual.

  23. ''To produce music or theatre.''

  24. To produce music.

  25. 2007, Dan Erlewine, ''Guitar Player Repair Guide'' (ISBN), page 220:

  26. If your guitar plays well on fretted strings but annoys you on the open ones, the nut's probably worn out.
  27. To produce music using a musical instrument.

  28. To produce music (or a specified song or musical style) using (a specified musical instrument).

  29. To use a device to watch or listen to the indicated recording.

  30. To be performed; to be shown.

  31. To perform in or at; to give performances in or at.

  32. 2008, ''My Life: From Normandy to Hockeytown'' (ISBN), p.30:

  33. I got a hold of Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong's agent and I explained to him on the phone that, "I know you're playing London on Wednesday night. Why don't you come and play the Arena in Windsor on Saturday night?"
  34. To act or perform (a play).

  35. ''To behave in a particular way.''

  36. Contrary to fact, to give an appearance of being.

  37. (RQ:Scott Ivanhoe)

  38. 1985, Sharon S. Brehm, ''Intimate Relationships'':

  39. Playing hard to get is not the same as slamming the door in someone's face.
  40. 1996, Michael P. Malone, ''James J Hill: Empire Builder of the Northwest'':

  41. Now, surveying his final link, he had the nice advantage of being able to play coy with established port cities that desperately wanted his proven railroad.
  42. 2003, John U. Ogbu, ''Black American Students in an Affluent Suburb: A Study of Academic Disengagement'', p.194:

  43. Instead, they played dumb, remained silent, and did their classwork.
  44. To act with levity or thoughtlessness; to trifle; to be careless.

  45. (RQ:Temple Miscellanea)

  46. To act; to behave; to practice deception.

  47. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)

  48. To bring into sportive or wanton action; to exhibit in action; to execute.

  49. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  50. (RQ:Rinehart Hopwood Bat). He'd never been in stir, the bulls had never mugged him, he didn't run with a mob, he played a lone hand, and fenced his stuff so that even the fence couldn't swear he knew his face.

  51. To move in any manner; especially, to move regularly with alternate or reciprocating motion; to operate.

  52. 1705, (w), ''Philosophical Principles of Religion'':

  53. The heart beats, the blood circulates, the lungs play.
  54. (RQ:Ferguson Zollenstein)

  55. The colonel and his sponsor made a queer contrast: Greystone sponsor long and stringy, with a face that seemed as if a cold wind was eternally playing on it.
  56. To move and fro.

  57. (RQ:Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew)

  58. (RQ:Addison Cato)

  59. The setting sun / Plays on their shining arms and burnished helmets.
  60. (RQ:Pope Man)

  61. To put in action or motion.

  62. To keep play, as a hooked fish in order to land it.

  63. To manipulate, deceive, or swindle someone.

  64. (quote-song)

  65. Activity for amusement only, especially among the young.

  66. 1803, (w), ''Abbey|Northanger Abbey''

  67. She was fond of all boys' plays, and greatly preferred cricket (..) to dolls (..)
  68. Similar activity in young animals, as they explore their environment and learn new skills.

  69. The conduct, or course, of a game.

  70. An individual's performance in a sport or game.

  71. A short sequence of action within a game.

  72. An action carried out when it is one's turn to play.

  73. 2009, Joe Edley, John Williams, ''Everything Scrabble: Third Edition'' (page 85)

  74. AWARD is better than either WARED or WADER. However, there's an even better play! If you have looked at the two-to-make-three letter list, you may have noticed the word AWA.
  75. A literary composition, intended to be represented by actors impersonating the characters and speaking the dialogue.

  76. A theatrical performance featuring actors.

  77. An attempt to move forward, as in a plan or strategy, for example by a business, investor, or political party.

  78. A geological formation that contains an accumulation or prospect of hydrocarbons or other resources.

  79. The extent to which a part of a mechanism can move freely.

  80. Sexual activity or sexual role-playing.

  81. (quote-book)

  82. 1996, "toptigger", (on Internet newsgroup ''alt.personals.spanking.punishment'')

  83. Palm Springs M seeks sane F 4 safe bdsm play
  84. An instance of watching or listening to digital media.

  85. {{quote-journal|en|journal=Time|author=Victor Luckerson|date=Dec 3 2014|title=These Were Spotify's Most-Streamed Songs This Year

  86. A button that, when pressed, causes media to be played.

  87. Activity relating to martial combat or fighting.

  88. (m), (m)

  89. play (gloss)

  90. (zh-x)

  91. play (theatrical performance; start key)

  92. (n-g)