a sports costume for women and children, usually consisting of shorts and a shirt, worn as beachwear, for tennis, etc.
a woman’s or child’s outfit, usually comprising shorts and a top
data, jargon /playt/ 16 bits, by analogy with byte. Usage: rare and extremely silly. See also dynner, crumb. [Jargon File] (1997-12-03)
noun 1. (rugby league) a method for bringing the ball back into play after a tackle, in which the tackled player is allowed to stand up and kick or heel the ball behind him or her to a team-mate
- Play the deuce with
verb phrase To wreck or damage something: That will play the deuce with his election chances (1834+)
- Play the fool
Act in a silly or stupid way, as in Helen deliberately played the fool so they wouldn’t realize she understood their strategy. [ First half of 1500s ]