[pley-klohz, -klohth z] /ˈpleɪˌkloʊz, -ˌkloʊðz/
casual, functional clothing worn for sports, games, and other recreational activities, when relaxing at home, for informal occasions, etc.
[pley-dey] /ˈpleɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. a for relaxation or for participation in sports contests; a holiday.
[pley-dey] /ˈpleɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. a for relaxation or for participation in sports contests; a holiday. n. c.1600, from play + day.
- Play dirty
verb phrase To use unethical, illegal, or injurious means; be deceptive and tricky; chicane: When he started in politics he didn’t mean to play dirty [1940s+; the related form play dirt is found by 1908]
noun, Theater. 1. a person, usually a professional playwright, employed to improve a script, especially shortly before the play’s opening. noun A writer who specializes in altering and improving other writers’ plays (1940s+ Theater)