Delay an action or decision so as to force an opponent to move or to gain additional information. For example, The lawyer advised her to play a waiting game and see if her husband would come up with more alimony. [ Late 1800s ]
[pley-bak] /ˈpleɪˌbæk/ noun 1. the act of reproducing a sound or video recording, especially in order to check a recording that is newly made. 2. (in a recording device) the apparatus used in producing playbacks. 3. the recording so played, especially the first time it is heard or viewed after being recorded. 4. the response […]
noun 1. the part of a tape recorder that is used to pick up the magnetic pattern on tape in order to play back material previously recorded.
[pley-bil] /ˈpleɪˌbɪl/ noun 1. a program or announcement of a . /ˈpleɪˌbɪl/ noun 1. a poster or bill advertising a play 2. the programme of a play
[pley-bil] /ˈpleɪˌbɪl/ noun 1. a program or announcement of a . /ˈpleɪˌbɪl/ noun 1. a poster or bill advertising a play 2. the programme of a play n. also playbill, 1670s, from play (n.) + bill (n.1).