Associations to the word «Playing»
PLAYING, noun. (gerund of play) An occasion on which something, such as a song or show, is played.
PLAYING, verb. Present participle of play
PLAYING APPARATUS, noun. A structure, normally outdoors, often found in parks and playgrounds and including monkey bars, slides and so on.
PLAYING AROUND, verb. Present participle of play around
PLAYING BALL, verb. Present participle of play ball
PLAYING CARD, noun. One of usually 52 rectangular pieces of card used to play numerous games, featuring either one to 10 pips or a picture and belonging of one of four suits.
PLAYING CARDS, noun. Plural of playing card
PLAYING CUPID, verb. Present participle of play Cupid
PLAYING DOWN, verb. Present participle of play down
PLAYING FIELD, noun. A field on which a game, esp. a ball game, is played.
PLAYING FIELD, noun. (figuratively) Any place or context within which competitive activity takes place, such as market competition between companies.
PLAYING FIELDS, noun. Plural of playing field
PLAYING NOSTRADAMUS, verb. Present participle of play Nostradamus
PLAYING ON, verb. Present participle of play on
PLAYING POSSUM, verb. Present participle of play possum
PLAYING SILLY BUGGERS, verb. Present participle of play silly buggers
PLAYING THE BOARD, verb. Present participle of play the board
PLAYING THE ODDS, verb. Present participle of play the odds
PLAYING, noun. The act of playing a musical instrument.
PLAYING, noun. The action of taking part in a game or sport or other recreation.
PLAYING, noun. The performance of a part or role in a drama.
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.