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it is all fun and games until someone loses an eyeRough play results in injury.Rate it:

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jam sessionAn ad-hoc meeting where whoever shows up joins the group to play music.Rate it:

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je vous donne beau jeu(lit.) I give you good cards; (fig.) I give you a good opportunity; I play into your hands.Rate it:

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jeu d'enfantchild's playRate it:

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jeu de mains, jeu de vilains1. Horse-play is not gentlemanly. 2. Rough play often ends in tears.Rate it:

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jouer à pile ou faceTo play pitch and toss, heads or tails.Rate it:

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jouer avec le feuplay with fireRate it:

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jouer avec ses armesTo play one's own gameRate it:

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jouer cartes sur tableTo play openly; To act frankly.Rate it:

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jouer devant les banquettes(of actors) To play to empty benches.Rate it:

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jouer gros jeu(lit.) To play for high stakes; (fig.) To risk very much in an attempt.Rate it:

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jouer la belleTo play the rubber (or third game, to see which of the players is the conqueror).Rate it:

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la pièce n’est que quelconqueThe piece (i.e. the play) is quite an ordinary one.Rate it:

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le chat parti les souris dansentWhen the cat’s away the mice will play.Rate it:

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le chat parti, les souris dansentwhen the cat's away the mice will playRate it:

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l’arc toujours tendu se gâteAll work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.Rate it:

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make it rainto throw a substantial amount of paper money so that it falls on a crowd, audience, performer, or group of performers, often as a way to show off one's wealthRate it:

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make the world go aroundTo play an essential role in causing the things in life to work as they should; to underlie the fulfillment of the needs of human existence.Rate it:

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mató tunco tu tataName of a game adults play with little childrenRate it:

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mess aboutTo play with; to toy with; to waste the time of.Rate it:

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Monopoly moneyPlay money printed on paper, especially differently colored denominations of the board game Monopoly.Rate it:

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multitudo circumfunditur alicuia crowd throngs around some one.Rate it:

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nous sommes à deux de jeuWe are even; We are a match for each other; Two can play at that game.Rate it:

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on fait queue au théâtreThere is a crowd at the door of the theatre (waiting for admittance).Rate it:

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partes agere alicuiusto play the part of some one.Rate it:

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pick gooseberrySynonym of play gooseberryRate it:

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piss aboutto joke or playRate it:

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piss aroundto joke or playRate it:

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populariter agereto play the demagogue.Rate it:

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pull a fast onePlay a trick upon another. Tell a joke about another, surprise another with swiftness, delude another, lead another astray.Rate it:

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quand le chat n'est pas là, les souris dansentwhen the cat's away the mice will playRate it:

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screw aroundTo waste time; to dawdle; to play or idle.Rate it:

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se faire jour à travers la fouleTo force one’s way through the crowd.Rate it:

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se frayer un chemin avec les coudesTo elbow one’s way through a crowd.Rate it:

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se piquer au jeu(lit.) To continue obstinately to play although losing; (fig.) To go on in an enterprise in spite of all obstacles.Rate it:

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send offdismiss from playRate it:

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sexual congressLoose translation of the title of Aristophanes' play Ecclesiazousae, more literally translated as Assemblywomen.Rate it:

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shotgunA play formation in which the quarterback is a few feet behind the snapper when the ball is hiked, ideally allowing for an easier pass play.Rate it:

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skate one's laneTo play in one's assigned position rather than straying to where the current action is.Rate it:

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skip ropeTo jump over a rope, both of whose ends are held by the jumper or by two others, while the rope is moved under the jumper's feet in a continual rhythm; to play the game of jump rope or exercise by jumping rope.Rate it:

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skive offTo skive; to play truant; to slack off.Rate it:

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slap and tickleMild or playful kissing, cuddling, and other amorous play.Rate it:

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slip inTo play a subtle pass into someone in a goalscoring position.Rate it:

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spear carrierA person in a play or movie with a minimal part; an extra.Rate it:

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stack offTo play an all in pot; to commit all of one's chips to a pot.Rate it:

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stand patTo play one's hand without drawing any more cards.Rate it:

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star vehicleA movie, play, TV series, or other production that enhances an actor's career.Rate it:

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team playerAn individual who is known to work or play well as a member of a team and put team goals before personal gain.Rate it:

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the whole world and his dogEverybody; too many people; a huge crowd.Rate it:

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tibias inflareto play the flute.Rate it:

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