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playtime

(ˈpleɪˌtaɪm)
n
(Education) a time for play or recreation, esp the school break

play•time

(ˈpleɪˌtaɪm)

n.
time for play or recreation.
[1610–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.playtime - time for play or diversionplaytime - time for play or diversion    
leisure, leisure time - time available for ease and relaxation; "his job left him little leisure"
Translations
فُرْصَة بين الدُّروس يَلعَب فيها الأولادوَقْتُ اللَّعِب
velká přestávkavolný čas
frikvarter
leikkiaika
vrijeme za igru
frímínútur
遊び時間
노는 시간
čas na hry
rast
เวลาเล่น
oyun saatioyun zamanı
giờ ra chơi

playtime

[ˈpleɪtaɪm] N (Scol) → (hora f de) recreo m

playtime

[ˈpleɪtaɪm] nrécréation f

playtime

[ˈpleɪˌtaɪm] n (Scol) → ricreazione f

play

(plei) verb
1. to amuse oneself. The child is playing in the garden; He is playing with his toys; The little girl wants to play with her friends.
2. to take part in (games etc). He plays football; He is playing in goal; Here's a pack of cards – who wants to play (with me)?; I'm playing golf with him this evening.
3. to act in a play etc; to act (a character). She's playing Lady Macbeth; The company is playing in London this week.
4. (of a play etc) to be performed. `Oklahoma' is playing at the local theatre.
5. to (be able to) perform on (a musical instrument). She plays the piano; Who was playing the piano this morning?; He plays (the oboe) in an orchestra.
6. (usually with on) to carry out or do (a trick). He played a trick on me.
7. (usually with at) to compete against (someone) in a game etc. I'll play you at tennis.
8. (of light) to pass with a flickering movement. The firelight played across the ceiling.
9. to direct (over or towards something). The firemen played their hoses over the burning house.
10. to put down or produce (a playing-card) as part of a card game. He played the seven of hearts.
noun
1. recreation; amusement. A person must have time for both work and play.
2. an acted story; a drama. Shakespeare wrote many great plays.
3. the playing of a game. At the start of today's play, England was leading India by fifteen runs.
4. freedom of movement (eg in part of a machine).
ˈplayer noun
ˈplayable adjective
(negative unplayable) (of a ground, pitch etc) not good enough for a game to be played on it. Because of the rain the referee decided the ground was not playable.
ˈplayful adjective
1. happy; full of the desire to play. a playful kitten.
2. joking; not serious. a playful remark.
ˈplayfully adverb
ˈplayfulness noun
ˈplayboy noun
a rich man who spends his time and money on pleasure.
ˈplayground noun
an area in which children can play in a park, outside a school etc.
ˈplaying-card noun
one of a pack of cards used in card games.
ˈplaying-field noun
a field which is specially prepared and used for sport.
ˈplaymate noun
a childhood friend.
ˈplaypen noun
a small wooden structure with bars on every side in which a small child can play safely.
ˈplayschool noun
an informal nursery school.
ˈplaything noun
a toy.
ˈplaytime noun
a set time for children to play (at school etc). The children go outside at playtime.
ˈplaywright noun
a person who writes plays. He is a famous playwright.
at play
playing. children at play.
bring/come into play
to (cause to) be used or exercised. The job allowed him to bring all his talents into play.
child's play
something that is very easy. Of course you can do it – it's child's play!
in play, out of play
(of a ball) according to the rules of the game, (not) in a position where it can be hit, kicked etc.
play at
1. to pretend to be etc. The children were playing at cowboys and Indians.
2. used when asking angrily what someone is doing. What does he think he's playing at (=doing)?
play back to play (music, speech etc) on a record or tape after it has just been recorded (noun ˈplay-back)
play down
to try to make (something) appear less important. He played down the fact that he had failed the exam.
play fair
to act honestly and fairly.
play for time
to delay an action, decision etc in the hope that conditions will improve.
play havoc with
to cause a lot of damage to. The storm played havoc with the farmer's crops.
play into someone's hands
to do exactly what an opponent or enemy wants one to do.
play off (in games) to play a final deciding game after a draw (noun ˈplay-off)
play off against
to set (one person) against (another) in order to gain an advantage. He played his father off against his mother to get more pocket money.
play on
to make use of (someone's feelings, fears etc). He played on my sympathy until I lent him $10.
play a/no part in
(not) to be one of the people who are doing (something). He played no part in the robbery.
play safe
to take no risks.
play the game
to act fairly and honestly.
play up
to be troublesome or disobedient. The children are playing up today.

playtime

وَقْتُ اللَّعِب volný čas frikvarter Zeit zum Spielen ώρα ψυχαγωγίας recreo leikkiaika récréation vrijeme za igru ricreazione 遊び時間 노는 시간 speeltijd friminutt przerwa na zabawę recreio время для игр rast เวลาเล่น oyun saati giờ ra chơi 游戏时间
References in classic literature ?
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Each week children are invited to enjoy play time, story time, craft time and lunch.
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Virgin Mobile put away the first finals berth by beating Play Time in straight sets 25-22, 25-15, with Paul de Leon named as the Best Player of the game.
But after our players go out with the national team or our clubs play in international competitions this average goes up to more than 60 minutes of actual play time, and this is where we are bound to suffer," Olaroiu pointed out.
Psychologists have concluded that a lack of play time for children is detrimental to their development, but what about adults?
The six students, who are studying an extended diploma in art and design at Newcastle College, were asked to work with pupils at Percy Hedley School in Forest Hall to create three large murals that the children could interact with during play time.
It's also good for learning new words or phrases, developing social skills and nurturing their imagination during play time.
In Story Time, kids and their parents can access a library of interactive storybooks or switch over to Play Time to play educational games.
Interactive story and play time designed for infants.