Phrasal Verb: Play out

Phrasal Verb: Play out


Meaning: Progress, often till it finishes

Example: Let's see how things PLAY OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Play out


Meaning: Pretend that something is real and reduce its effect

Example: Computer games allow people to PLAY OUT their violent urges.

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Phrasal Verb: Play out


Meaning: Play something to the end

Example: Rain stopped them PLAYING the game OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Play out


Meaning: Unwind (e.g., fishing line)

Example: When he hooked the swordfish, his line rapidly PLAYED OUT.

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