played

played
adjective
(of games) engaged in (Freq. 1)
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the loosely played game

Topics: ↑game
Participle of verb: ↑play

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  • played — Exhausted. Short form of played out. I was played after that concert last night …   Dictionary of american slang

  • played-out — playedˈ out adjective 1. Exhausted 2. Used up 3. No longer good for anything • • • Main Entry: ↑play * * * played out «PLAYD OWT», adjective. suffering from overuse so as to be worn out, worthless, or hackneyed: »played out jokes. * * * adj [more …   Useful english dictionary

  • played out — {adj. phr.} Tired out; worn out; finished; exhausted. * /It had been a hard day, and by night he was played out./ * /For a while, at least, it seemed the interest in great speed was played out./ Compare: ALL IN …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • played out — {adj. phr.} Tired out; worn out; finished; exhausted. * /It had been a hard day, and by night he was played out./ * /For a while, at least, it seemed the interest in great speed was played out./ Compare: ALL IN …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • played-out — adj an idea, situation etc that is played out is finished or no longer has influence →play out at ↑play1 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • played beach-ball — played ball games on the seashore …   English contemporary dictionary

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