[pley-mey-ker] /ˈpleɪˌmeɪ kər/
an offensive player, as in basketball or ice hockey, who executes designed to put one or more teammates in a position to score.
Archaic. a playwright; dramatist.
(sport) a player whose role is to create scoring opportunities for his or her team-mates
[pley-meyt] /ˈpleɪˌmeɪt/ noun 1. a companion, especially of a child, in or recreation. 2. Informal. a social companion or lover; girlfriend or boyfriend: He showed up at the nightclub with his new playmate. /ˈpleɪˌmeɪt/ noun 1. a friend or partner in play or recreation: childhood playmates n. 1640s, “companion, playfellow,” from play (v.) + mate […]
noun 1. paper that is cut and printed to resemble paper money, often used in playing board games. 2. Informal. worthless or counterfeit currency: The bankrupt government was putting play money in circulation.
- Play musical chairs
see: musical chairs
[pley-awf, -of] /ˈpleɪˌɔf, -ˌɒf/ noun 1. (in competitive sports) the playing of an extra game, rounds, innings, etc., in order to settle a tie. 2. a series of games or matches, as between the leading teams of two leagues, in order to decide a championship: In America the most exciting play-off is the World Series.