Adjective: игральный


his playing is facile and unstrained - он играет легко и непринуждённо

playing card - игральная карта

game-playing machine - игровая (вычислительная) машина

playing machine - игровая (вычислительная) машина

pack of playing cards - колода (игральных) карт

game-playing program - программа ведения игры

playing space - пространство игры

limited playing time - т. игр ограниченное время игры

we were playing blindman's buff and he was "it" - мы играли в жмурки, и он водил

playing-card - игральная карта

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The kids love playing in the water. - Дети обожают играть в воде.

He is off playing golf. - Он уехал играть в гольф.

The kids are playing up. - Дети капризничают.

He mimed playing a guitar. - Он изобразил руками игру на гитаре.

The band was playing salsa. - Музыканты играли сальсу.

What do you think you're playing at? - Ты хоть отдаешь себе отчет, к чему это может привести?

The kids were playing on the swings. - Дети играли на качелях.

Can you see the children playing? - Видишь, как дети играют?

сhildren playing at their games - дети, которые играют в свои игры

The children love playing outside. - Дети обожают играть на улице.

I prefer playing singles. - Я предпочитаю играть в одиночном разряде. (о теннисе)

The car's playing up again. - Машина опять барахлит.

A small orchestra was playing. - Играл небольшой оркестр.

The tape was playing for hours. - Эта запись играла несколько часов.

She filmed the children playing. - Она сняла играющих детей.

He hurt his knee playing football. - Он ушиб колено, играя в футбол.

They were playing for high stakes. - Они играли по крупному.

The radio was playing very loudly. - Радио играло очень громко.

Stop playing with the light switch! - Перестань играться с выключателем!

The orchestra was playing our song. - Оркестр играл нашу песню.

Stop playing the fool! You'll fall. - Перестань валять дурака! Упадёшь ведь.

He broke his nose playing football. - Он сломал нос, когда играл в футбол.

Jordan's been playing up in school. - Джордан балуется в школе.

We're playing for high stakes here. - Мы здесь играем по-крупному.

They kept playing till it got dark. - Они продолжали играть, пока не стемнело.

a group of old geezers playing cards - кучка старикашек, играющих в карты

Put the playing cards right side up. - Положите игральные карты лицевой стороной вверх.

children playing with the family dog - дети, которые играют с домашней собакой

He tweaked his ankle playing soccer. - Играя в футбол он подвернул лодыжку.

My leg has been playing me up again. - У меня снова разболелась нога.

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Связанные термины:

play: When children, animals, or perhaps adults play, they spend time doing enjoyable things, such as using toys and taking part in games.

long-playing: of or relating to an LP (long-playing record)

playing card: Playing cards are thin pieces of cardboard with numbers or pictures printed on them, which are used to play various games.

playing cards: cards used in playing various games, arranged in decks of four suits ( spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs ): a standard deck has 52 cards

playing field: A playing field is a large area of grass where people play sports.

playing games: If you say that someone is playing games or playing silly games, you mean that they are not treating a situation seriously and you are annoyed with them.

playing trick: a card in a hand considered as likely to take a trick, assuming that the player who holds the hand or that player's partner is the declarer

role playing: role-play used as a method of training or education

guitar playing: A guitar is a musical instrument with six strings and a long neck . You play the guitar by plucking or strumming the strings. [...]

playing career: A career is the job or profession that someone does for a long period of their life. [...]

role-playing game: a game in which players assume the roles of fantasy characters

play at: If you say that someone is playing at something, you disapprove of the fact that they are doing it casually and not very seriously .

play on: If you play on someone's fears, weaknesses, or faults, you deliberately use them in order to persuade that person to do something, or to achieve what you want .

play up: If you play up something, you emphasize it and try to make people believe that it is important .

level playing field: a situation in which none of the competing parties has an advantage at the outset of a competitive activity

long-playing record: a long-playing gramophone record: usually one 12 inches (30 cm) or 10 inches (25 cm) in diameter, designed to rotate at 33 1 ⁄ 3 revolutions per minute

play off: A play-off is an extra game which is played to decide the winner of a sports competition when two or more people have got the same score .

play out: If a dramatic event is played out, it gradually takes place.

a level playing field: You talk about a level playing field to mean a situation that is fair, because no competitor or opponent in it has an advantage over another.

play along: If you play along with a person, with what they say, or with their plans, you appear to agree with them and do what they want, even though you are not sure whether they are right.

play back: When you play back a tape or film, you listen to the sounds or watch the pictures after recording them.

play down: If you play down something, you try to make people believe that it is not particularly important .

play upon: To play upon something means the same as to → play on it.

play with: to consider without giving deep thought to or coming to a conclusion concerning

role-play: Role play is the act of imitating the character and behaviour of someone who is different from yourself, for example as a training exercise.

what are you playing at?: If you ask what someone is playing at, you are angry because you think they are doing something stupid or wrong .

play around: If you play around, you behave in a silly way to amuse yourself or other people.

play off against: If you play people off against each other, you make them compete or argue, so that you gain some advantage .

playback: The playback of a recording is the operation of listening to the sound or watching the pictures recorded.

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Однокоренные слова:

play - играть, исполнять, разыгрывать, игра, пьеса, спектакль, зазор, действие, люфт
playable - годный для игры, подходящий для игры
player - игрок, плеер, музыкант, спортсмен, актер, картежник
playful - игривый, шаловливый, веселый, шутливый

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