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catch in baseball, to play the position of catcher. [1/18 definitions]
character a person in a novel, play, poem, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
chime to ring out, play, or announce (music, hours, signals, and the like), as a bell or bells. [1/8 definitions]
chord2 to provide or play chords; harmonize. [1/2 definitions]
choric of, concerning, or in the manner of a chorus, esp. that of an ancient Greek play.
chukker in polo, a period of play lasting seven and one-half minutes.
closet drama a play better read than performed.
command performance a performance of a play, opera, concert, or the like that is given in response to a royal request or command.
comp1 to play an accompaniment to jazz music, as on a piano or guitar, often of syncopated chords.
contribute to play a part in or add to. [1/5 definitions]
conversion in football, a one-point kick or a two-point play scored following a touchdown; extra point; point after touchdown. [1/6 definitions]
counterplay combined form of play.
counterplot a minor plot, as in a literary work or play. [1/4 definitions]
cricket2 good sportsmanship; fair play. [2/3 definitions]
curtain raiser a short play presented before the main production. [1/2 definitions]
dalliance amorous play; flirtation. [1/2 definitions]
dally to indulge in amorous play. [1/4 definitions]
dead of a ball in certain sports, not in play. [1/16 definitions]
default failure to participate in or play to the finish a scheduled athletic event or other contest. [3/14 definitions]
denouement in a novel, play, or film, the final resolution of the plot's complexities and questions. [1/2 definitions]
dialogue talk between two or more people or between characters in a play, film, novel, or the like. [1/5 definitions]