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VERB 玩；玩耍 When children, animals, or perhaps adults play, they spend time doing enjoyable things, such as using toys and taking part in games.
...invite the children round to play...
They played in the little garden...
V-RECIP 参加（体育活动、比赛等） When you play a sport, game, or match, you take part in it.
While the twins played cards, Francis sat reading...
Alain was playing cards with his friends...
VERB （和…）比赛 When one person or team plays another or plays against them, they compete against them in a sport or game.
Northern Ireland will play Latvia...
I've played against him a few times.
VERB （比赛等中）打出，踢出，击出（球） When you play the ball or play a shot in a game or sport, you kick or hit the ball.
Think first before playing the ball...
Sikander Bakht played a bad shot...
VERB 开（玩笑）；耍（花招）；搞（恶作剧） If you play a joke or a trick on someone, you deceive them or give them a surprise in a way that you think is funny, but that often causes problems for them or annoys them.
Someone had played a trick on her, stretched a piece of string at the top of those steps...
I thought: 'This cannot be happening, somebody must be playing a joke'.
VERB 随意摆弄；弄着玩 If you play with an object or with your hair, you keep moving it or touching it with your fingers, perhaps because you are bored or nervous.
She stared at the floor, idly playing with the strap of her handbag.
N-COUNT 剧本；戏剧 A play is a piece of writing which is performed in a theatre, on the radio, or on television.
The company put on a play about the homeless...
It's my favourite Shakespeare play.
VERB 扮演，饰演（角色等） If an actor plays a role or character in a play or film, he or she performs the part of that character.
...Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, in which he played Hyde...
His ambition is to play the part of Dracula.
V-LINK 装扮；假装；充当 You can use play to describe how someone behaves, when they are deliberately behaving in a certain way or like a certain type of person. For example, to play the innocent, means to pretend to be innocent, and to play deaf means to pretend not to hear something.
Hill tried to play the peacemaker...
She was just playing the devoted mother...
VERB （以…方式）对待，处置，处理 You can describe how someone deals with a situation by saying that they play it in a certain way. For example, if someone plays it cool, they keep calm and do not show much emotion, and if someone plays it straight, they behave in an honest and direct way.
Investors are playing it cautious, and they're playing it smart.
V-ERG 演奏（乐器或乐曲） If you play a musical instrument or play a tune on a musical instrument, or if a musical instrument plays, music is produced from it.
Nina had been playing the piano...
Two people played jazz on a piano...
V-ERG 播放（唱片、CD或磁带） If you play a record, a CD, or a tape, you put it into a machine and sound is produced. If a record, CD, or tape is playing, sound is being produced from it.
She played her records too loudly...
Every evening in those days the BBC played 'God Save The King'...
VERB （音乐家、乐队等）表演；举办（音乐会） If a musician or group of musicians plays or plays a concert, they perform music for people to listen or dance to.
A band was playing...
He will play concerts in Amsterdam and Paris.
VERB （光）轻快地移动 When light plays somewhere, it moves about on a surface in an unsteady way.
The sun played on the frosty roofs.
PHRASE 搞什么名堂；干什么蠢事 If you ask what someone is playing at, you are angry because you think they are doing something stupid or wrong.
What the hell are you playing at?
PHRASE （使）开始活动；（使）投入使用； （使）开始起作用 When something comes into play or is brought into play, it begins to be used or to have an effect.
The real existence of a military option will come into play...
Breathing brings many muscles into play.
PHRASE （在…中）发挥作用，产生影响 If something or someone plays a part or plays a role in a situation, they are involved in it and have an effect on it.
They played a part in the life of their community...
The UN would play a major role in monitoring a ceasefire.