Traducciones detalladas de play de inglés a español


to play verbo (plays, played, playing)

  1. to play (pretend; play-act; perform; )
  2. to play
  3. to play (horse around; romp; romp around; )
  4. to play
    – To start or continue the execution of a digital media file. 1

Conjugaciones de play:

  1. play
  2. play
  3. plays
  4. play
  5. play
  6. play
simple past
  1. played
  2. played
  3. played
  4. played
  5. played
  6. played
present perfect
  1. have played
  2. have played
  3. has played
  4. have played
  5. have played
  6. have played
past continuous
  1. was playing
  2. were playing
  3. was playing
  4. were playing
  5. were playing
  6. were playing
  1. shall play
  2. will play
  3. will play
  4. shall play
  5. will play
  6. will play
continuous present
  1. am playing
  2. are playing
  3. is playing
  4. are playing
  5. are playing
  6. are playing
  1. be played
  2. be played
  3. be played
  4. be played
  5. be played
  6. be played
  1. play!
  2. let's play!
  3. played
  4. playing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

play [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the play (leeway; margin)
    el margen; la diferencia; la desviación; la divergencia
  2. the play (stage play; production)
    el espectáculo; la obra de teatro; la tragedia
  3. the play (game; playing)
    el juego; el juego de azar; la baraja; el partido; el jugueteo; el juego de suerte; la actuación; la ejecución
  4. the play (match; competition; contest; game; set)
    la competición; la carrera; el match; el partido; el combate; el encuentro
  5. the play (playing)
    el juego; la manera de tocar; la baraja; el juego de suerte; el trabajo; la actuación; la ejecución; el juego de azar; el jugueteo
  6. the play (game)
    la competición; la partida

Translation Matrix for play:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
actuación game; play; playing affectation; affectedness; artificiality; circumvention; far-fetchedness; mendacity; pretence; pretense; sneakiness; untruthfulness
baraja game; play; playing card game; card playing; cards; deck; game at cards
carrera competition; contest; game; match; play; set course; experience; hurrying; marathon; practice; practise; race; routine; run; running; skill; sprints; study; trotting
combate competition; contest; game; match; play; set battle; blow; fight; scuffle; slap; smack; struggle; tussle; war; wrestle
competición competition; contest; game; match; play; set competition; duel; league; tournament; tourney
desviación leeway; margin; play aberration; alternative route; bifurcation; crookedness; crossing; crossroads; crossways; detour; digression; division; fork; fork of a road; intersection; obliqueness; obliquity; relief route; road junction; splitting; straying; three forked road; traffic diversion; variance; wandering
diferencia leeway; margin; play controversy; difference; differing; disagreement; dispute; diverge; quarrel; squabble; wrangle
divergencia leeway; margin; play difference; differing; diverge; divergence
ejecución game; play; playing declamation; deliver a lecture; delivery; discourses; execution; implementation
encuentro competition; contest; game; match; play; set assembly; conference; congress; encounter; gathering; meeting; symposium
espectáculo play; production; stage play ceremony; dais; exhibition; pageant; panorama; performance; show; showing; showpiece; sight; spectacle; stage; view
juego game; play; playing betting; computer game; dragging about; gambling; game; gaming; go; round; turn; video game
juego de azar game; play; playing betting; gambling; game of chance
juego de suerte game; play; playing betting; gambling; game of chance
jugueteo game; play; playing dragging about; fight; game of rough-and-tumble; playfulness; romp; romping
manera de tocar play; playing
margen leeway; margin; play copy margin; hardcopy margin; margin; margin of profit; page margin; profit margin; seam; side
match competition; contest; game; match; play; set
obra de teatro play; production; stage play showpiece; spectacle
partida game; play departing; departure; game; go; going away; leaving; lot; parcel; putting to sea; quantity; round; sailing; starting; taking off; turn
partido competition; contest; game; match; play; playing; set
tocar tapping; touching
trabajo play; playing achievement; action; bread winning; chore; craft; duties; employment; function; hobby; installment; instalment; job; labor; labour; livelihood; metier; métier; occupation; pastime; performance; position; post; profession; project; task; wagework; work; working; workpiece
tragedia play; production; stage play tragedy
- bid; caper; child's play; drama; dramatic play; free rein; frolic; fun; gambling; gambol; gaming; looseness; maneuver; manoeuver; manoeuvre; period of play; playing period; romp; shimmer; sport; swordplay; turn
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
actuar act; dramatise; dramatize; perform; play; play-act; pretend accomplish; achieve; achieve something; act; act as; do; dramatise; dramatize; figure; function as; perform; pose; succeed
hacer teatro act; dramatise; dramatize; perform; play; play-act; pretend act; act a part; dramatise; dramatize; figure; perform; play-act; pose
interpretar un papel teatral act; dramatise; dramatize; perform; play; play-act; pretend act; dramatise; dramatize; perform
juguetear frolic; horse around; let oneself go; play; romp; romp around; run around wildly frisk about; frisk around; romp
reproducir play copy; describe; duplicate; multiply; photocopy; reproduce; translate; xerox
tocar play accrue to; affect; concern; fall to; feel; glance; grope; just touch; regard; stir; tag; tap; tick; touch; touch upon
- act; act as; bet; bring; dally; diddle; encounter; fiddle; flirt; make for; meet; playact; recreate; represent; roleplay; run; spiel; take on; toy; trifle; wager; work; wreak
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
reproducir playback
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- stage play
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
partido apart; cleaved; free-standing; isolated; on its own; separate; solo; well travelled

Palabras relacionadas con "play":

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Definiciones relacionadas de "play":

  1. the act using a sword (or other weapon) vigorously and skillfully2
  2. the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize)2
    • there was heavy play at the blackjack table2
  3. activity by children that is guided more by imagination than by fixed rules2
    • Freud believed in the utility of play to a small child2
  4. (game) the activity of doing something in an agreed succession2
    • it is still my play2
  5. gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement2
    • it was all done in play2
  6. a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill2
    • the runner was out on a play by the shortstop2
  7. a preset plan of action in team sports2
    • the coach drew up the plays for her team2
  8. an attempt to get something2
    • they made a futile play for power2
  9. utilization or exercise2
    • the play of the imagination2
  10. movement or space for movement2
    • there was too much play in the steering wheel2
  11. verbal wit or mockery (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously)2
  12. a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage2
    • he wrote several plays but only one was produced on Broadway2
  13. a theatrical performance of a drama2
    • the play lasted two hours2
  14. a weak and tremulous light2
    • the play of light on the water2
  15. the removal of constraints2
    • they gave full play to the artist's talent2
  16. a state in which action is feasible2
    • the ball was still in play2
    • insiders said the company's stock was in play2
  17. (in games or plays or other performances) the time during which play proceeds2
    • rain stopped play in the 4th inning2
  18. engage in an activity as if it were a game rather than take it seriously2
    • They played games on their opponents2
    • play the stock market2
    • play with her feelings2
  19. pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind2
    • She plays deaf when the news are bad2
  20. exhaust by allowing to pull on the line2
    • play a hooked fish2
  21. consider not very seriously2
    • She plays with the thought of moving to Tasmania2
  22. participate in games or sport2
    • We played hockey all afternoon2
    • play cards2
    • Pele played for the Brazilian teams in many important matches2
  23. contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle2
    • Princeton plays Yale this weekend2
    • Charlie likes to play Mary2
  24. employ in a game or in a specific position2
    • They played him on first base2
  25. use or move2
    • I had to play my queen2
  26. shoot or hit in a particular manner2
    • She played a good backhand last night2
  27. bet or wager (money)2
    • He played $20 on the new horse2
    • She plays the races2
  28. put (a card or piece) into play during a game, or act strategically as if in a card game2
    • He is playing his cards close to his chest2
    • The Democrats still have some cards to play before they will concede the electoral victory2
  29. stake on the outcome of an issue2
    • She played all her money on the dark horse2
  30. make bets2
    • play the casinos in Trouville2
  31. use to one's advantage2
    • She plays on her clients' emotions2
  32. discharge or direct or be discharged or directed as if in a continuous stream2
    • play water from a hose2
    • The fountains played all day2
  33. manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination2
    • She played nervously with her wedding ring2
    • He played with the idea of running for the Senate2
  34. cause to happen or to occur as a consequence2
    • play a joke2
  35. perform on a certain location2
    • The prodigy played Carnegie Hall at the age of 162
    • She has been playing on Broadway for years2
  36. be performed or presented for public viewing2
    • What's playing in the local movie theater?2
    • `Cats' has been playing on Broadway for many years2
  37. cause to emit recorded audio or video2
    • I'll play you my favorite record2
    • He never tires of playing that video2
  38. emit recorded sound2
    • The tape was playing for hours2
    • the stereo was playing Beethoven when I entered2
  39. play a role or part2
    • Gielgud played Hamlet2
    • She played the servant to her husband's master2
  40. perform on a stage or theater2
    • She acts in this play2
    • I played in `A Christmas Carol'2
  41. pretend to be somebody in the framework of a game or playful activity2
    • Let's play like I am mommy2
  42. replay (as a melody)2
    • She played the third movement very beautifully2
  43. play on an instrument2
    • The band played all night long2
  44. perform music on (a musical instrument)2
    • He plays the flute2
    • Can you play on this old recorder?2
  45. move or seem to move quickly, lightly, or irregularly2
    • The spotlights played on the politicians2
  46. cause to move or operate freely within a bounded space2
    • The engine has a wheel that is playing in a rack2
  47. act or have an effect in a specified way or with a specific effect or outcome2
    • This factor played only a minor part in his decision2
    • This development played into her hands2
    • I played no role in your dismissal2
  48. engage in recreational activities rather than work; occupy oneself in a diversion2
    • On weekends I play2
  49. be at play; be engaged in playful activity; amuse oneself in a way characteristic of children2
    • The kids were playing outside all day2
    • I used to play with trucks as a little girl2
  50. behave carelessly or indifferently2
  51. behave in a certain way2
    • play safe2
    • play it safe2
    • play fair2
  52. be received or accepted or interpreted in a specific way2
    • This speech didn't play well with the American public2
    • His remarks played to the suspicions of the committee2
  53. To start or continue the execution of a digital media file.1

Wiktionary: play

  1. act in a manner such that one has fun
  2. produce music using a musical instrument (transitive sense), affecting a noun
  3. produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)
  4. act in a performance
  5. use a device to hear (a recording)
  1. playful activity
  2. literary composition
  3. individual's performance in a sport
  4. major move by a business
  5. area of free movement for a part of a mechanism

Cross Translation:
play jugar spelenrecreatief of ontspannend bezig zijn
play tañer; tocar bespelen — muziek maken op een muziekinstrument
play poner afspelen — afdraaien
play representación Aufführung — Darstellung eines Bühnenwerkes oder Konzerts vor einem Publikum
play jugar spielen — einer zwanglosen komplexen Betätigung, bei der der Lustgewinn im Vordergrund steht, nachgehen
play juego jeu — Divertissement, activité ludique
play ofrecer; regalar; ofertar; ofrendar offrirprésenter quelque chose à quelqu’un, souhaiter qu’il l’accepter.
play pieza pièce — Œuvre de théâtre
play presentar; retratar; representar présenter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
play representar; describir; jugar; tocar; expresar; enunciar représenterprésenter de nouveau.

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