play Russian roulette [(rooh-let)]
To gamble foolishly on a risky or potentially ruinous business. The expression refers to a deadly game in which a participant loads a revolver with one bullet, spins the cylinder, and fires at his own head: “If you drink and drive, you’re playing Russian roulette with your life and the lives of others.”
[pley] /pleɪ/ noun 1. a dramatic composition or piece; drama. 2. a dramatic performance, as on the stage. 3. exercise or activity for amusement or recreation. 4. fun or jest, as opposed to seriousness: I said it merely in play. 5. a pun. 6. the playing, action, or conduct of a game: The pitcher was […]
noun a set of playground equipment that is designed in an integrated pattern
/ˈpleɪˌskuːl/ noun 1. an informal nursery group taking preschool children in half-day sessions Also called playgroup
[pley-skript] /ˈpleɪˌskrɪpt/ noun 1. the manuscript of a , especially as prepared for use by actors in rehearsals.