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Meanings of "play" in Spanish English Dictionary : 131 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
play jugada [f]
play desempeñar [v]
play jugar [v]
play juguetear [v]
play tañer [v]
play juego [m]
play holgura [f]
play huelga [f]
play pieza [f]
play comedia [f]
play reverberar [v]
play herir [v]
play sacar (cartas) [v]
play disputar [v]
play ejecutar [v]
play encarnar [v]
play hacer sonar [v]
play sonar [v]
play interpretar [v]
play teclear [v]
play poner [v]
play tirar [v]
play practicar [v]
play tocar [v]
play torear [v]
play pulsar [v]
play gastar [v]
play representar [v]
play reverbero [m]
play huelgo [m]
play drama [m]
play retozar [v]
play tanda [f] VE BO
play desligar [v]
play cultivar [v]
play alojar [v]
play trebejar [v] rare
play echar [v]
play hacer [v]
play reproducir [v]
play actuar [v]
play jugar a [v]
play hacer novillos [v]
play canear [v] DO
play cumplir [v]
play obra de teatro [m]
play play [m]
play play (inglés) [m] US
play broma [f]
play diversión [f]
play acción [f]
play representación [f]
play operación [f]
play libertad de acción [f]
play dar [v]
play poner en escena una comedia [v]
play bromear [v]
play chancearse [v]
play burlarse [v]
play divertirse [v]
play recrearse [v]
play enredar [v]
play entretenerse [v]
play travesear [v]
play correr (aguas) [v]
play portarse [v]
play conducirse [v]
play ondular [v]
play ondear [v]
play poner en movimiento [v]
play hacer anear [v]
play flotar [v]
play menear [v]
play remedar [v]
play hacer el papel de representar [v]
play valerse de [v]
play recreo [m]
play divertimiento [m]
play movimiento [m]
play remonte [m]
play vuelo [m]
play en chanza [loc/adv]
play funcionamiento [m]
play echar broma [v] DO VE
play echar bueno [v] CO:C
play echar caja [v] CO:W
play echar el pelo [v] CL
play echar relajo [v] MX
play dar vida a
play desarrollar [v]
play vibración [f]
play carrera [f]
play actividad [f]
play reproducción [f]
play holgura [f]
play luces [f/pl]
play juego de luz
play valerse [v]
play arrojar [v]
play lanzar [v]
play hacer uso de [v]
play tener huelgo [v]
play dirigir sobre [v]
play tacar [v]
play manejar [v]
play manipular [v]
play anchura [f]
play funcionar [v]
play moverse [v]
play reflejos [m/pl]
play holgura [f]
play juego [m]
play juego [m]
play huelgo [m]
play viaje fibre
play reproducir [v]
play juego libre
play separación [f]
play tolerancia [f]
play función [f]
play espectáculo [m]
play espacio libre
play holgura [f]
play resguardo [m]
play extensión productiva
play obra [f]
play obra teatral
play obra de teatro
play jugada [f] NI PR
play jugar [v]
play plei [m]

Meanings of "play" in English Spanish Dictionary : 2 result(s)

İspanyolca İngilizce
play [m] play
play [m] trend

Meanings of "play" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
(drama) a tragedy play tragedia [f]
play (an instrument) tocar [v]
play (sport) jugar [v]
play-writing dramaturgia [f]
piece of play jugada [f]
play-acting comedia [f]
play-off repesca [f]
play the part of hacer de [v]
play the villain hacer de malo [v]
play a role hacer un papel [v]
play a part hacer un papel [v]
play cards jugar a las cartas [v]
play low cartear (cartas) [v]
play at home jugar en casa [v]
play in tune afinar [v]
play down restar importancia [v]
play it cool alivianarse [v] MX HN NI BO AR UY
play ball jugar a la pelota [v]
play around enredar [v]
play the piano tocar el piano [v]
be out of play estar fuera de juego [v]
play chess jugar al ajedrez [v]
play tennis jugar al tenis [v]
play hide-and-seek jugar al escondite [v]
play dice jugar a los dados [v]
play roulette jugar a la ruleta [v]
play dirty jugar sucio [v]
play fair jugar limpio [v]
play around with jugar con [v]
play with jugar [v]
play with juguetear con [v]
play (well) trastear [v]
play around travesear [v]
play up travesear [v]
play a trump triunfar (cartas) [v]
play down trivializar [v]
play darts jugar a los dardos [v]
play down frivolizar [v]
play with fire jugar con fuego [v]
play down minimizar [v]
play on gastar a [v]
play down relativizar [v]
play back retocar [v]
play on words retruécano [m]
play-pen nido [m]
play on words equívoco [m]
play-off play-off [m]
piece of play lance [m]
religious play auto [m]
mystery play auto [m]
mystery play misterio [m]
play dumb hacerse el distraído [v]
play a joke gastar una broma [v]
play a role desempeñar un papel
stroke of one top against another when boys play at tops cachada [f]
child's play with a strap corregüela [f]
play of skipping-rope comba [f]
play-house comedia [f] disused
play contrary to the rule in the game of burro burrada [f] fig.
cheating at play fullería [f]
badly constructed play farsa [f]
plot of a play intriga [f]
act of a play jornada [f]
plot of a play maraña [f]
prologue of a play loa [f]
children's play recancanilla [f]
character in a play parte [f]
gaucho horse-play topeadura [f] CL
five-stones (children's play) taquichuela [f] PY
argument of a play/novel trama [f]
child's play with a strap correhuela [f]
play the advocate abogadear (familiar) [v]
play an inferior card to a winning one amollar [v]
play the albogue alboguear [v]
cut (play) atajar [v]
play carnival tricks antruejar [v]
play-act actuar [v]
play on an untuned guitar cencerrear [v]
play/run/shoot off a tie desempatar [v]
act (a part in a play) desempeñar un papel [v]
play the knave charranear [v]
represent (a play) dar [v]
play/sing in chorus corear [v]
play roguish bellaquear [v]
play without rules desacotar [v]
play at billiards for amusement only bolear [v] AR UY
play out low cards to see how the game stands cartear [v]
play (the) dragonear [v] AMER
play (as a game) echar [v]
play truant haraganear [v]
play chess/draughts escaquear [v] disused
play tricks gestear [v]
play practical jokes enchilar [v] CR
perform a play for the first time estrenar [v]
play tricks juguetear [v]
play the fool necear [v]
play the pedant pedantear [v]
play false prevaricar [v]
play at ball pelotear [v]
play the fool regodearse [v]
play on the stage representar [v]
play the knave picardear [v]
play on the guitar puntear [v]
play flourishes (on the guitar) rasguear [v]
play the guitar with strokes of the tips of the fingers rasguear [v]
play on the tambourine panderetear [v]
act/play childishly muchachear [v]
study/rehearse (lesson/play) pasar [v]
play with the wrist in fencing muñequear [v]
win at play sacar [v]
play an instrument tocar [v]
play the first card trucar [v]
stop play (game/sports) tomar [v]
play a musical instrument tañer [v]
play the hobgoblin trasguear [v] disused
play the lord señorearse [v]
show one card and play another traspintar [v]
play the guitar well trastear [v]
play the bull with the red cloak trastear [v]
act (a part in a play) interpretar [v]
cut (in play) atajo [m]
plot of a story/play argumento [m]
act of a play acto [m]
tableau of a play cuadro [m]
cheater at play fullero [m]
plot of a play enredo [m] fig.
rehearsal of a play ensayo [m]
bit of play jueguecico [m]
episode (a play/novel) lance [m]
play-bill programa [m]
play upon words retruécano [m]
part in a play papel [m]
children's play sapo [m] AR CL UY
bit of play jueguecillo [m]
character in a play papel [m]
principal actor or actress in a play protagonista [m/f]
series of actions or events in a play acción [f]
play out suceder [v]
play out acontecer [v]
play out acuntir [v] disused
play the pastoral flute alboguear [v] rare
say a play on words alburear [v] MX
play a card that doesn't win amollar [v]
play on words albur (árabe) [m] MX DO
play alcancía horse agility activity alcancías [f/pl]
period of play jugada [f]
restart of play reanudación del juego [f]
someone that performs in a theatrical play or film actriz [f]
play-off competition liguilla [f]
play that consists of the player keeping the chips that he could put in play (domino) agachada [f] CU
a type of domino play agachadera [f] CU
children's game where participants play the roles of angel and devil cinta [f] PR
foul or dirty play against an opponent chanchada [f] HN
children's game where participants play the roles of angel and devil cinta [f] PR
hole made in the ground to play marbles chócola [f] CR disused
play that a player makes with a third party after having beaten another opponent (dice) entrada [f] HN
child's play carpintería [f] PA
bad play cañona [f] PR CL
type of trading card or figurine children play with carita [f] AR:Nw
play to get one's marble closer to one's opponent's marble guaira [f] NI
play involving rolling all the same numbers two or three times grande [f] BO
glass or steel ball used for play coyola [f] GT
get-together with friends to play guitar or performs music guitarreada [f] EC BO AR UY
play in which the five die thrown land with the same face up dormida [f] BO
winning play in tejo game moñona [f] CO
winning play in pool moñona [f] PR
play with an ace, two, and three in hand pinta [f] GT
group of people who meet to play football recogida [f] SV
play where five and six win and one and two lose in dice sencilla [f] HN
child's play pen sala cuna [f] CL
friends who play soccer rejunta [f] SV
ring made on the floor to play trolla trolla [f] AR
group of musicians who play a certain family of instruments tropa [f] BO:W
circle drawn on the ground to play trolla troya [f] AR:N UY
gathering to play cards truqueada [f] PY AR UY
political criticism play tanda [f] MX
social criticism play tanda [f] MX
play the bull using the cape capear [v]
play politics politiquear [v]
play compliments to a lady galantear [v]
play a tune with the castanets castañetear [v]
play on a swing columpiarse [v]
play (a role) desempeñar [v]
play jokes on embromar [v] AMER
play the lead in protagonizar [v]
play about juguetear [v]
play the bully roncar [v]
play a suit that opponent can follow encartar [v]
ring or play lively repiquetear [v]
play (a character) interpretar [v]
play the intellect darse aires de intelectual [v]
play guitar guitarrear [v]
play (an instrument) tañer [v]
play out of tune desafinar [v]
play up trastear [v]
play about trastear [v]
play at courtship pinchar con alguien [v] CL
play at courtship flirtear [v]
play at courtship ligar [v]
play at courtship galantear [v]
play at courtship coquetear [v]
play rock music rockear [v]
play with jugar con alguien [v]
play the instrument trompetear [v]
play the instrument tocar a la trompeta [v]
play a dirty trick jugar una mala pasada a [v]
play a joke gastar una broma a [v]
play a joke on someone gastarle una broma a alguien [v]
play a part in desempeñar un papel en [v] fig.
play a role in desempeñar un papel en [v]
play a trick on someone gastarle una broma a alguien [v]
play an important part in desempeñar un papel importante en [v]
play an important part in jugar un papel importante en [v]
play for a team jugar con un equipo [v]
play for time intentar ganar tiempo [v]
play havoc with something causar estragos en algo [v]
play it safe actuar sobre seguro [v]
play truant hacer novillos [v]
play-act fingir [v]
play-act hacer comedia [v]
know how to play the piano saber tocar el piano [v]
play down the importance of restar valor a [v]
play down the importance of quitar valor a [v]
play a role desempeñar un papel [v]
go to a play ir al teatro [v]
play cops and robbers jugar a policías y ladrones [v]
play cat and mouse jugar al gato y el ratón [v]
play a team jugar contra un equipo [v]
play a role in jugar un papel en [v]
be child's play ser un juego de niños [v]
play badly tocar mal [v]
play-act hacer teatro [v]
play a prank gastar una broma [v]
play a part jugar un papel [v]
play a role jugar un papel [v]
play the fool hacer locuras [v]
play in a movie actuar en una película [v]
play in a film actuar en una película [v]
play a joke on pavear [v] SCN
play the fool pavear [v] SCN
look like a person who does not know how to play a game or to win coyotear [v]
play music or perform for voluntary donations on the streets dar el parche [v]
play a hoax on a person gastar una broma pesada a una persona [v]
play a practical joke on a person gastar una broma pesada a una persona [v]
play hide-and-seek with a person jugar al escondite con una persona [v]
play french skipping jugar a la goma [v]
play french skipping saltar a la goma [v]
play french skipping jugar al elástico [v]
play against jugar contra [v]
play dead fingirse muerto [v]
play the lottery jugar a la lotería [v]
play tag (children game) pillarse [v]
play tag (children game) jugar a la mancha [v]
play tag (children game) corretearse [v]
play possum fingirse muerto [v]
play against someone jugar contra alguien [v]
play something jugar a algo [v]
play blind man's buff jugar a la gallina ciega [v]
play for fun jugar a la roña [v]
play a game jugar a la roña [v]
play beach tennis jugar a pala [v]
play dice jugar dados [v]
play tug of war tirar de la cuerda [v]
play solo tocar en solitario [v]
play bagpipe tocar la gaita [v]
play improvisedly tocar de improviso [v]
play with baby guaguatear [v]
run about for play corretear [v]
play guitar puntear [v]
play a trick on bellaquear [v]
bring one's power into play usar el poder que tiene uno [v]
breath control play impedir la respiración de la pareja para satisfacción sexual (coito) [v]
play fight abarajar [v] AR:Ne
play a more expansive game abrir el juego [v]
begin to play empezar a jugar [v]
can't play piano no poder tocar el piano [v]
play baseball jugar béisbol [v]
play a sport birriar [v] PA
play baseball beisbolear [v] NI VE
play the cajón drum cajonear [v] PE
play the ayacastle musical instrument ayacastear [v] HN
play a sport obsessively birriar [v] PA
play truant brillar [v] DO
play pool billarear [v] SV NI EC
play pranks as part of courting burrocorear [v] PE:S rare rur.
play systematically with lower cards bajearse [v] EC rare
play for a fool quedarse [v]
play a dirty trick on someone clavar [v] GT HN UY CL
play in a musical show/performance descargar [v] CU
play a game of dice cuchumbear [v] MX GT SV
play in the water with one's hands or feet chagüitear [v] HN rur.
play hooky frequently cimarrear [v] AR:W
play hooky frequently cimarrear [v] CL rare
play at throwing water, flour, or paper ribbons during carnival challar (del quechua) [v] AR:Nw,W
play hard to get chamarrearse [v] MX:Se
play in the water, hitting the surface with one's hands or feet chapucear [v] SV NI DO CO UY
play hooky capear [v] CL GT
play boisterously (children) chivatear [v] GT BO
play cards chiviar [v] GT HN SV
play soccer chimbimbear [v] GT
play chingolingo (dice game) chingolinguear [v] MX
play marbles chibolear [v] SV
play about chumpipear [v] SV
play practical jokes chunguear [v] GT SV
play for money, usually cards or dice escolasar [v] AR
play for money, usually cards or dice escolasear [v] AR UY
set up a good position for the next play in pool casar [v] SV
play pig pile guaguachar [v] BO
play zulian bagpipe gaitear [v] VE
play golf golfear [v] DO EC rare
play marbles güimbear [v] SV
play folk music on a guitar at a get-together with friends guitarrear [v] NI EC BO CL PY AR UY
play hooky jubilarse [v] VE
play around macanear [v] UY cult
play hooky dropear (inglés drop) [v] US stud.
play tricks mañerear [v] AR rur.
play tricks mañerear [v] PY UY
play tricks mañosear [v] CL rare
play tricks marufiar [v] SV
play a pick up game of soccer masconear [v] SV
play one's best dominoes empollar [v] DO
play pranks mañerear [v] AR rur.
play pranks mañerear [v] PY UY
play pranks mañosear [v] CL rare
play pranks marufiar [v] SV
play tricks macanear [v] UY cult
in card games, make a mistake with the number of cards in a play emburrarse [v] NI
play havoc with embarrar [v] EC PE CL BO PY AR UY
not be able to play the blank domino enchucharse [v] PR
play around ñanguear [v] PR
play with someone matizar [v] NI child
play with the ball meliar [v] CO:W
play pranks ñanguear [v] PR
play hookie pavear [v] PA stud.
play hooky pavear [v] PA stud.
set up the next play for a carom pagar [v] CO BO:W
play ping pong pimponear [v] CL
play hooky perearse [v] EC PE:S rare
play hooky pintar [v] MX NI
play a friendly soccer match pichanguear [v] PE BO CL
play a percussion instrument pujar [v] PA
play hooky rabonearse [v] PY UY
play hooky ranclarse [v] EC
play hooky ratearse [v] AR UY
play drums pujar [v] PA
play american pool pulear [v] SV
play the guitar poorly pusunguear [v] HN
play and make a ruckus potranquear [v] GT
play and make a ruckus potrear [v] AR UY
play and make a ruckus potrerear [v] AR
play ombre card game rocamborear [v] PE
play a joke on someone relajear [v] PA
play hooky rochar [v] BO:C
play in a wild card game repechar [v] MX EC BO CL
play cards traquear [v] AR UY PY
play hooky sincolearse [v] AR:W
play a game of tusquia tusquiar [v] SV
play hooky yutear [v] AR:Nw stud.
play pranks ututear [v] AR:Nw
play a game of taba tabear [v] MX BO AR
play around travesear [v] SV NI CR
play tricks traquear [v] SV NI PR EC PE
play a wind instrument toncorear [v] BO:S
play dumb verraquear [v] CU
play a ruse tracalear [v] PA VE
finish a game because there is no possible play trancarse [v] PR
pertaining to play lúdico [adj]
child's play chichón [adj] GT HN SV NI
child's play chichudo [adj] HN
no way! (disallowing a play in dice games) ¡barajo! [interj] VE
short play juguete [m]
play on words juego de palabras [m]
someone that performs in a theatrical play or film actor [m]
child's play pan comido [m]
child's play juego de niños [m]
short play sainete [m]
rubber ball that is put on the tip of a stick to play the marimba bodoque [m] HN
children's game where participants play the roles of angel and devil ángel mío [m] BO:E,S
frivolous theater play burlesque [m] NI CL
wasteland, often used to play soccer campito [m] PY AR UY
children's play of the three in line, which is played with small stones. ajedrez [m] DO
play in which an opponent's marble is hit with one's own, in order to move it into a position in the play area culpiche [m] VE:E
indigenous folk dance in which dancers hold a bow and arrows and play with them to the sound of music as a part of the choreography chuncho [m] BO:C,W
dominoes play that consists of starting the game with a low tile casino [m] CU
multi-colored edible seeds or fruits used by children to play marbles fril [m] PE
jacks used to play knucklebones jacks (inglés) [m] HN SV
native music group formed by men who play pinkillus cane flutes julajula [m] BO:W,C
jacks used to play knucklebones jase [m] HN child
double play doble [m] HN CU DO
play where participant holds a marble to their eye and throws it hard to hit another marble forming a triangle ojito [m] PA rur.
bet where all the money is put on one play paro [m] HN
play center pelotero [m] AR UY
variety of short comedy play in the rio de la plata tenements sainete [m] AR
continuous play movie theater rotativo [m] CL
continuous play movie showing rotativo [m] CL
young adults that get together to play conga drums or small drums rumbón [m] PR
child's play tumbe [m] PR
person blocking a play, movie, or television broadcast or in the way pindi [m/f] CL
can we play now? cancha [expr] BO:W,C
don't play dumb no te hagás [expr] HN SV NI CU
play made outside the ring (cock fighting) por encima [loc/nom] PR
play hard get venderse caro [loc/v]
play hard to get hacerse rogar [loc/v]
play cat and mouse jugar a la boa y al ratón [loc/v]
play ball jugar bola [loc/v]
play two bases jugar dos bases [loc/v]
play dumb poner cara de barro [loc/v]
play dumb hablar barro [loc/v]
play marbles jugar bolita y hoyo [loc/v]
play without betting jugar de birria [loc/v]
play dumb hacerse el boludo [loc/v]
plug and play enchufar y usar
plug and play enchufar y listo
a kitchen-sink play obra ultrarrealista
a play on words un juego de palabras
child's play una papa AR
play on words juego de palabras
play-off partido de desempate
turnabout is fair play donde las dan, las toman
play by play jugada a jugada
bad play mala jugada
the staging of a play puesta en escena (de una obra teatral)
production of a play puesta en escena (de una obra teatral)
play area área de juego
fair play juego limpio
unfair play juego sucio
play dirty juego sucio
fair play equidad [f]
horse-play chanza pesada [f]
horse-play payasada [f]
horse-play broma de mal gusto [f]
puppet-play representación de títeres [f]
foul play vileza [f]
foul play mala pasada [f]
foul play alevosía [f]
foul play perfidia [f]
child's play poca cosa [f]
free play rienda suelta [f]
child's play cosa facilísima [f] fig.
sword-play esgrima [f]
bad run at play mala suerte en el juego [f]
play at ducks and drakes derrochar [v]
play at ducks and drakes desperdiciar [v]
play at ducks and drakes malgastar [v]
play the fool hacer el tonto [v]
play the fool hacer el bobo [v]
play booty trampear en el juego [v]
play possum desatenderse [v]
play possum no hacer caso [v]
play possum hacerse el tonto [v]
play one's pranks hacer de las suyas [v]
play hob with trastornar [v]
play hob with poner en confusión [v]
play a part representar un papel [v]
play the fool hacerel tonto [v]
play the fool hacerse el tonto [v]
play false engañar [v]
play away perder jugando [v]
play upon one explotar [v]
play upon one burlarse de uno [v]
play out jugar hasta el fin [v]
play high jugar fuerte [v]
play a trick upon hacer una mala jugada a [v]
play upon words hacer equívoco de vocablos [v]
play a trick upon engañar a [v]
play into someone's hands hacer a uno el caldo gordo [v]
play off oponer [v]
play off hacer alarde [v]
play off contraponer [v]
play second fiddle hacer un papel secundario [v]
bring into play poner en movimiento [v]
play one's tricks hacer suertes [v]
play a trick upon burlar [v]
play a trick upon engañar [v]
play truant andar a la tuna [v]
play the wag estar de chunga [v]
play tag jugar al marro [v]
full of play chancero [adj]
fair play proceder leal [m]
miracle play milagro [m]
puppet-play retablo [m]
fair play juego limpio [m]
sword-play manejo de la espada [m]
child's play niñerías [f/pl]
play-time horas de recreo [f/pl]
at play jugando [ger]
full of play chancera [adj/f]
miracle play pieza parecida al auto alegórico
play upon words hacer equívoco de vocablos
good run at play buena suerte en el juego
bad play jugarreta [f]
group of sportsmen who play without strictly following the regulations caimanera [f] VE
circle made on the ground where you play marbles cafúa [f] AR:Nw
child's play chupaleta [f] HN
play hooky diábetes [f] CU
play hooky diabetis [f] BO
play hooky diábetis [f] HN SV NI
play idly toquetear [v]
play the goat hacer el gracioso [v]
play the goat hacer el oso [v]