To bring into play

Related to To bring into play: bring into being
to bring or come into use or exercise.

See also: Play

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The racehorses are trained not only to stand with their hoofs touching a line, but to draw all four feet together, so as at the first spring to bring into play the full action of the hind-quarters.
It could all get much worse, as China has a stranglehold on 80% of the world's rare earth elements; essential to the production of computers, phones, wind turbines - and electric car batteries, as a further weapon available to bring into play.
Absolut Revolution, 2003, an installation by Nelson Ramirez de Arellano and Liudmila Velazco, most readily acknowledges the competing influences that the curators tried to bring into play for the biennial.
''We would like to bring into play the methods of privatization in reviving the metropolis,'' Ishihara told Koizumi during 20-minute talks at the prime minister's official residence, the officials said.