[plez-uh ns] /ˈplɛz əns/
a place laid out as a garden or promenade.
a secluded part of a garden laid out with trees, walks, etc
(archaic) enjoyment or pleasure
late 14c., from Old French plaisance “pleasure, delight, enjoyment,” from plaisant (see pleasant).
[pley-fel-oh] /ˈpleɪˌfɛl oʊ/ noun 1. a playmate.
- Play fair
Behave honestly and honorably, obey the rules, as in Not every supplier we deal with plays fair , or We can’t just leave them to find their own way back—that’s not playing fair . Although this idiom conjures up playing by the rules in some game or sport, it actually has been used in this […]
noun 1. a piano that can play automatically when the keys are actuated electronically or by a pneumatic device controlled by a piano roll. noun 1. a mechanical piano; Pianola
[pley-er] /ˈpleɪ ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a person who takes part or is skilled in some game or sport. 3. a person who parts on the stage; an actor. 4. a performer on a musical instrument. 5. Informal. a participant, as in a conference or business deal. 6. a […]