play

play
I [pleɪ] n
1) пьеса, спектакль, представление

The play is set in a small town. — Действие пьесы происходит в маленьком городке.

The play had a long run. — Пьеса долго не сходила со сцены.

I was taken by the spirit of the play. — Меня увлекла основная идея пьесы.

The play was first given in Paris. — Эта пьеса была впервые поставлена в Париже.

- a historical play
- musical play
- one-act play
- two-act play
- broadcast play
- new play
- two-character play
- well-received play
- terribly dragged out play
- play about smth
- play of Oscar Wild
- one of the finest plays of our period
- play produced by smb
- play set in ancient Rome
- characters of a
- plot of a play
- rehearsal of a play
- one's opinion on the play
- role in the play
- described in a play
- act in a play
- cut a play
- dress a play
- get the play across to the audience
- intend a play for the screen
- find many faults with the play
- license the play to be performed
- put a play on the stage
- put a play on again
- see a play
- talk about a new play
- tour the play
- work over a play
- write music for the play
- play to see
- play opens
- play got rave reviews
2) игра, действие, забава

It's child's play. — Это очень просто. /Это лишь детская забава.

Compared with yours my present work is sheer play. — По сравнению с вашей работой, моя теперешняя работа - простая забава.

He made a big play for this girl. — Он изо всех сил старался понравиться этой девушке.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. — Мешай дело с бездельем, проживешь век с весельем.

- double play
- team play
- word play
- children's plays
- play of light and shadow
- play of forces
- play of words
- play of the waves
- play of the diamond
- play of colours
- lively play of fancy
- play on the quotation from
- children at play
- full of play
- work and play
- in full play
- be at play
- be out of play
- begin the play
- cheat at play
- come into play
- express oneself in play
- give free play to one's fancy
- make play with one's stick
- say smth in play
- win a match by good play
- play began
CHOICE OF WORDS:
see acting, I. n
II [pleɪ] v
играть
- play football
- play the piano
- play with smb
- play with a doll
- play ball
- play well
- play a joke on smb
- play with fire
USAGE:
(1.) В отличие от русского играть на чем-либо, играть во что-либо, английский глагол to play 1. употребляется в обоих случаях без предлога. С названиями игр (играть в какую-либо игру) соответствующее существительное употребляется без артикля: to play chess (hide-and-seek, ball, dominoes, cards, football) играть в шахматы (прятки, мяч, домино, карты, футбол). С названиями музыкальных инструментов (играть на каком-либо инструменте) соответствующее существительное употребляется с определенным артиклем: to play the violin (the piano) играть на скрипке (на пианино). (2.) Глагол to play 2. употребляется с предлогами: to play with a kitten играть с котенком; to play with a pencil вертеть в руках карандаш; to play on smb's nerves играть у кого-либо на нервах

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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