To kiss and caress; cuddle amorously; play kissie: Mr De Varennes is playing snuggle-bunnies with Mrs Martin (1970s+)
/ˈpleɪˌsteɪʃən/ noun 1. trademark a video games console games, hardware The leading family of games consoles, from Sony Corporation consisting of the original Playstation (PS1) and the Playstation 2 (PS2). The basic Playstations consist of a small box containing the processor and a DVD reader, with video outputs to connect to a TV, sockets for […]
- Play someone for a fool
verb phrase To take advantage of someone’s gullibility, greed, etc: Some blokes can never see when they are being played for suckers (1881+)
- Play stinky-pinky
verb phrase fingerfuck (1903+)
[pley-street] /ˈpleɪˌstrit/ noun 1. an urban closed to traffic during specified times and sometimes equipped with recreational facilities, for use by children as a area.