the manuscript of a , especially as prepared for use by actors in rehearsals.
- Play second fiddle
To play a supporting or minor role in relation to someone else: “Tired of playing second fiddle, she resigned and started her own company.” In an orchestra, the position of second violinist (fiddle) is not as glamorous as that of first violinist. verb phrase To be in an inferior position; lack power or will to […]
- Play snuggle-bunnies
verb phrase 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+)