||pretend to believe, go along with, let on
||Lisa played along with the joke on Mark. She didn't tell him.
||have other mates, sleep around
||She knows he's playing around, but she won't confront him.
||try to score the number of goals the opponent has scored,
catch up, too little too late
||They scored four goals in the first period, and we were playing catch-up
for the rest of the game.
||pretend to be dead, lie down as if you are dead
||If a grizzly bear attacks you, play dead and it may go away.
||play rough, break the rules, play hardball
||Even if his opponents cheat and lie, Pat won't play dirty.
||act as if you do not know, play along
||Play dumb when she tells you I won. Pretend you don't know.
||play using rules, give everyone an equal chance
||A referee will help us to play fair, to play according to the rules.
||deceive people, not be sincere, mind games
||He's been playing games with us. We can't believe what he says.
|play hard to get
||pretend you do not care; you do not want him
||When Tom invites you to go on a date, you could play hard to get.
||play tough, try to hurt the opponent, play dirty
||If the manager wants to play hardball, show him that you are tough.