[pley-fuh l] /ˈpleɪ fəl/
full of play or fun; sportive; frolicsome.
pleasantly humorous or jesting:
a playful remark.
full of high spirits and fun: a playful kitten
good-natured and humorous: a playful remark
mid-13c., from play (v.) + -ful. Related: Playfully; playfulness.
[pley-goh-er] /ˈpleɪˌgoʊ ər/ noun 1. a person who attends the theater often or habitually. /ˈpleɪˌɡəʊə/ noun 1. a person who goes to theatre performances, esp frequently
- Play grab-ass
verb phrase To indulge in sexual clutching and touching; to feel and fondle; grope • Sometimes used metaphorically: were currently inside a doughnut shop, playing grabass with the counter girl/ His reluctance to play what he called grab-ass with Congress (1940s+)
[pley-ground] /ˈpleɪˌgraʊnd/ noun 1. an area used for outdoor or recreation, especially by children, and often containing recreational equipment such as slides and swings. 2. Informal. any place, environment, or facility used for recreation or amusement, as a resort: The tropical island is an international playground for the rich. 3. an arena of operation or […]
[pley-groop] /ˈpleɪˌgrup/ noun 1. a of small children, especially preschoolers, organized for or activities and supervised by adult volunteers. /ˈpleɪˌɡruːp/ noun 1. a regular meeting of small children arranged by their parents or a welfare agency to give them an opportunity of supervised creative play See also preschool, playschool