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accompany to play or sing music with (another) as a supporting part of that person or group's performance. [1/3 definitions]
act a major division of a drama, esp. of a play or opera. [3/14 definitions]
actable capable of being acted, as a role or a play.
ante in poker, an amount of money that a player must put into play before seeing his or her cards. [2/3 definitions]
anti-hero a central character in a story, novel, or play who lacks traditional heroic qualities, such as high purpose or moral strength.
assist in some sports, a play that helps another player complete a play such as a score. [1/5 definitions]
author the writer of a book, play, story, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
ball handler a player, esp. in basketball, whose position requires him or her to touch and control the ball, or one who handles the ball on a particular play. [1/2 definitions]
band1 a group formed to play music. [1/4 definitions]
bit2 a small role in a film or play; bit part. [1/4 definitions]
bow2 to play (a violin or other stringed instrument) with a bow. [1/7 definitions]
bowdlerize to omit or modify parts of (a book, play, or the like) that are considered immoral or indecent.
bowl2 to play the game of bowling or the game of bowls. [1/8 definitions]
box office the receipts from a play, concert, or other entertainment. [1/3 definitions]
breakaway in certain sports, of or designating a play in which one player moves rapidly down the playing area with the potential to score, as in a basketball fast break. [2/6 definitions]
bugle1 to play a bugle. [1/4 definitions]
burlesque a book, play, skit, or the like that mocks something by comically treating it with inappropriate seriousness or levity. [1/5 definitions]
by-play less important action that takes place at the same time as the main action, esp. in a play.
cantata a musical composition for chorus, soloists, and instruments, based on a sacred text, poem, or play, and similar to but shorter than an oratorio.
cast to choose (an actor) for a role in a play or film. [3/18 definitions]
catch in baseball, to play the position of catcher. [1/18 definitions]