an appointment made by several parents to have their young children play together.
an appointment made by parents for their children to play together
We thought that by 11 years old, we would no longer have to arrange play dates.
[pley-klohz, -klohth z] /ˈpleɪˌkloʊz, -ˌkloʊðz/ plural noun 1. casual, functional clothing worn for sports, games, and other recreational activities, when relaxing at home, for informal occasions, etc.
[pley-dey] /ˈpleɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. a for relaxation or for participation in sports contests; a holiday.
[pley-dey] /ˈpleɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. a for relaxation or for participation in sports contests; a holiday. n. c.1600, from play + day.
- Play dirty
verb phrase To use unethical, illegal, or injurious means; be deceptive and tricky; chicane: When he started in politics he didn’t mean to play dirty [1940s+; the related form play dirt is found by 1908]