- उपहासिका ⇄ play marathi
- क्रिडा ⇄ play marathi
- क्रीडा ⇄ play marathi
- खुलवणे ⇄ play marathi
- खेळ ⇄ play marathi
- खेळ करणे ⇄ play marathi
- खेळणे ⇄ play marathi
- खेळा ⇄ play marathi
- गंमत ⇄ play marathi
- टेपरेकोर्डर लावणे ⇄ play marathi
- डाव ⇄ play marathi
- नाटक ⇄ play marathi
- फुलवणे ⇄ play marathi
- भूमिका करणे ⇄ play marathi
- महत्व कमी करणे ⇄ play marathi
- लीला ⇄ play marathi
- वाजवणे ⇄ play marathi
- वाद्य वाजवणे ⇄ play marathi
play in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અભિનય ⇄ play gujarati
- ઇ.માં ભાગ લેવો ⇄ play gujarati
- જુગાર ⇄ play gujarati
- ઢોંગ કરવો ⇄ play gujarati
- દડો ⇄ play gujarati
- ધીમેથી કે હળવે રહ ીને પસાર થ વું અથવા ટકરાવ ું ⇄ play gujarati
- પત્તું નાખવું – રમવું ⇄ play gujarati
- મોજ – ગમ્મત – કરવી ⇄ play gujarati
- રમત કરવી ⇄ play gujarati
- રમતો ⇄ play gujarati
- રમવું ⇄ play gujarati
- લહેરથી અથવા છૂટથી આમતેમ ફરવું ⇄ play gujarati
- વાદ્ય વગાડવું ⇄ play gujarati
- શેતરંજ ઇ.માં ચાલ ચાલવી ⇄ play gujarati
- –ની સામે રમવું ⇄ play gujarati
play in Hindi हिन्दी
- अभिनय ⇄ play hindi
- करना ⇄ play hindi
- कूद - फांद मचाना ⇄ play hindi
- क्रियाशीलता ⇄ play hindi
- क्रीड़ा ⇄ play hindi
- खेल ⇄ play hindi
- खेलना ⇄ play hindi
- गति ⇄ play hindi
- जुआ ⇄ play hindi
- जुआ खेलना ⇄ play hindi
- नाटक - रूप में बदलना ⇄ play hindi
- नाटक करना ⇄ play hindi
- बाजा बजाना ⇄ play hindi
- विनोद ⇄ play hindi
- हँसी ⇄ play hindi
play in Santali
Grammar:Verb कुर्द्1 p.p. Present tense,third person singular
References:वानर: वृक्षात् वृक्ष कुर्दति । Coined Illustration ⇄ playsanskrit
Etymology:क्रीड्+अ+टाप्, क्रीड् 1 P.P.
References:वप्रक्रीडापरिणतगजं प्रेक्षणीयं ददर्श । मेघ. पूर्व. २61 ⇄ playsanskrit
- पण ⇄ Play sanskrit
Etymology:पण्+अप्, पण् 1 A.P.
References:पणबन्धमुखान्गुणानजः षडुपायुंक्त समीक्ष्य तत्फलम् । रघु. ८.२१ ⇄ playsanskrit
play in English
- play ⇄ expr. bring (or call) into play, to begin to exercise; bring into action; make active.
Ex. The intelligence and judgment of Mr. Ruskin ... are brought into play (Matthew Arnold). There is ... hardly a decision on such an issue that does not call inenglish
- play ⇄ expr. in play,
a. being used in the course of the game; in or during legitimate play.
Ex. Walton tried another big kick, but the ball fell in play, and was well returned by Strand-Jones (Westminster Gazette).
b. as a joke.
- play ⇄ expr. out of play, not being used; not in or during legitimate play.
Ex. A runner cannot be tagged while the ball is out of play.english
- play ⇄ expr. play back, to replay (a phonograph or tape recording), especially just after it has been made.
Ex. We all laughed as we heard the tape recorder play back the conversation at dinner.english
- play ⇄ expr. play ball. See under ball. english
- play ⇄ expr. play by ear. See under ear. english
- play ⇄ expr. play down,
a. to make light of; de-emphasize; understate.
Ex. They want to play down politics, play up ""good government"" and ""responsible leadership"" (Newsweek).
b. to lower one's standards to suit the demands of others; conenglish
- play ⇄ expr. play off,
a. to play an additional game or match in order to decide (a draw or tie).
Ex. We're going to play off for the Wolcott cup (Munsey's Magazine).
b. to pit (one person or thing against another), especially for one's ownenglish
- play ⇄ expr. play on (or upon), to take advantage of; make use of.
Ex. She played on her mother's good nature to get what she wanted.english
- play ⇄ expr. play out,
a. to perform to the end; bring to an end.
Ex. to play out a tragedy.
b. (Figurative.) to exhaust; wear out.
Ex. The endless war was playing out both the men and the supplies.
c. (Figurative.) to diminish;english
- play ⇄ expr. play the field. See under field. english
- play ⇄ expr. play the game. See under game. english
- play ⇄ expr. play up to, (Slang.) to try to get into the favor of; flatter.
Ex. to play up to a celebrity.english
- play ⇄ expr. play up, (U.S.) to make the most of; exploit.
Ex. Happy customers and favorable reviews are quoted, successful promotions of the firm's books are played up (Time).english
- play ⇄ expr. play with,
a. to touch or finger lightly, by way of amusement.
Ex. The Commissioner moved his legs, playing with a penknife (Graham Greene).
b. (Figurative.) to act carelessly; do foolish things; treat frivolously.
- play ⇄ noun 1. something done to amuse oneself; fun; sport; recreation.
Ex. The children are happy at play. Play consists of those activities which are not consciously performed for the sake of any reward beyond themselves (Emory S. Bogardus). All work anenglish
- play ⇄ play, noun, verb. english
- play ⇄ v.i. 1. to have fun; do something in sport; amuse or divert oneself.
Ex. The kitten plays with its tail. The children played in the yard.
(SYN) frolic, revel.
2. to do something which is not to be taken seriously, but merely as done ienglish
- play ⇄ v.t. 1. to take part in (a game).
Ex. to play golf. Children play tag and ball.
2. to perform, do, or execute.
Ex. He played a joke on his sister.
3. to represent or imitate, especially for amusement.
Ex. to play spacemen,english