English to Welsh Meaning :: play

chwarae, canasant, canech, cana, cana’, canaf, canai, canais, canaist, canan, canant, canasai, cenais, canasech, canasem, canasent, canasid, canasit, canasoch, canasom, canaswn, chanont, canith, canem, canen, canent, caner, canes, canest, canet, cani, caniff, canwyf, caned, canoch, canodd, canom, canon, canont, canwch, canwn, canwyd, cân, chanai, cenaist, ceni, cenid, cenir, cenwch, cenych, chana, chana’, chanaf, chenir, chanais, chanaist, chanan, chanant, chanech, chaned, chanem, chanen, chanent, chanom, chanes, chanest, chanet, chani, chaniff, chanith, chano, chanoch, chanodd, ganes, chaner, chanwch, chanwn, chanwyd, chanwyf, chenais, chenaist, cheni, chenid, chwaraeant, chwaraewch, chwaraeasai, chenych, chwaraea, chwaraea’, chwaraeaf, chwaraeai, chwaraeais, chwaraeaist, chwaraean, chwaraeont, chwaraewn, chwaraeasant, chwaraeasech, chwaraeasem, chwaraeasent, chwaraeasid, chwaraeasit, chwaraeasoch, chwaraeasom, chwaraei, chwaraeiff, chwaraeed, chwaraeem, chwaraeen, chwaraeent, chwaraeer, chwaraees, chwaraeest, chwaraeet, chwaraeaswn, chwaraeid, chwaraeech, chwaraeir, chwaraeith, chwaraeo, chwaraeoch, chwaraeodd, chwaraeom, chwaraeon, ganais, genych, ganaist, chwaraewyd, chwaraewyf, chwaraeych, chwery, gana, gana’, ganaf, ganai, genwch, chenwch, ganan, ganant, ganech, ganed, ganem, ganen, ganent, ganer, ganont, ganwn, ganet, gani, ganiff, ganith, gano, ganoch, ganodd, ganom, cano, ganwch, ganest, ganwyd, ganwyf, genais, genaist, geni, genid, genirchwarae, canu, chanu, ganu, nghanuchwarae, ddrama, drama, dramâu, ddramâu, nrama, nramâu
Play :
- chwaraePlathplatyplayablechwarae

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage(2) a theatrical performance of a drama(3) a preset plan of action in team sports(4) a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill(5) a state in which action is feasible(6) utilization or exercise(7) an attempt to get something(8) activity by children that is guided more by imagination than by fixed rules(9) (in games or plays or other performances(10) the removal of constraints(11) a weak and tremulous light(12) verbal wit or mockery (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously(13) movement or space for movement(14) gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement(15) (game(16) the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize
Verb(1) participate in games or sport(2) act or have an effect in a specified way or with a specific effect or outcome(3) play on an instrument(4) play a role or part(5) be at play; be engaged in playful activity; amuse oneself in a way characteristic of children(6) replay (as a melody(7) perform music on (a musical instrument(8) pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind(9) move or seem to move quickly, lightly, or irregularly(10) bet or wager (money(11) engage in recreational activities rather than work; occupy oneself in a diversion(12) pretend to be somebody in the framework of a game or playful activity(13) emit recorded sound(14) perform on a certain location(15) put (a card or piece(16) engage in an activity as if it were a game rather than take it seriously

Show Examples

(1) When the ball is in flight, he has a history of attacking it and making the big play .(2) He stopped and leaned over the bridge wall to watch the play of light on the river.(3) Children can feed, touch and play with the animals during free public tours led by park rangers.(4) he didn't gamble or play the ponies(5) The current school is in an extended house and has very small classrooms and little space for outdoor play for the children.(6) does he still play?(7) Next time they play their home town they deserve to be playing to a packed house.(8) But in the meantime John is more than happy to stay at home and play dad.(9) the ball is out of play(10) It obviously did the trick, because I became a regular in the first team and went on to play for England.(11) The poor creatures aren't even allowed to play conkers at school any more.(12) The first day's play on Friday was restricted to 10.2 overs.(13) the team will play France on Wednesday(14) Since then there's been a lot of play in the steering.(15) The play sums up all of the uncertainty of the age, while at the same time bringing the issues and ideas of 18th century England right up to date.(16) I personally think that the whole argument about civil liberties comes into play again.
Related Words
(1) to play ::
i chwarae
(2) fair play ::
chwarae teg
(3) play soccer ::
chwarae pel droed
(4) play chess ::
chwarae gwyddbwyll
(5) play tennis ::
chwarae tenis
(6) play football ::
chwarae pel-droed
(7) play again ::
chwarae eto
(8) play the piano ::
chwarae'r piano
(9) plug and play ::
dopio a chwarae
(10) play music ::
chwarae cerddoriaeth
1. amusement ::
2. drama ::
3. action ::
4. behavior ::
5. movement ::
8. frolic ::
9. turn ::
10. shimmer ::
11. free rein ::
rhwydd hynt
12. sport ::
13. bid ::
14. swordplay ::
15. maneuver ::
16. child's play ::
chwarae plant
17. amuse oneself ::
difyrru eich hun
18. take part in ::
cymryd rhan mewn
19. compete against ::
cystadlu yn erbyn
21. perform ::
22. make ::
23. dance ::
24. bring ::
dod â
25. recreate ::
26. fiddle ::
27. act as ::
actio fel
28. run ::
29. wager ::
30. act ::
31. toy ::
32. trifle ::
33. take on ::
cymryd ymlaen
34. spiel ::
35. flirt ::
Different Forms
plath, platy, platys, play, playable, played, plays
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

That was fun.
We should play that more.

That was fun. We should PLAY that more.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 16

of that book, you know who
should play Leonard\'s mother?

of that book, you know who should PLAY Leonard's mother?

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 13

One-on-one? We don\'t play one-on-one.

One-on-one? We don't PLAY one-on-one.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 7

When you play Chutes and
Ladders, do you complain

When you PLAY Chutes and Ladders, do you complain

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4

What do you say? We\'ll
play some board games.

What do you say? We'll PLAY some board games.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 17

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