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  • play cards right — play (your) cards right to do the correct things to achieve a desired result. If I play my cards right, I could be hired as a consultant on that project. Etymology: based on the idea of playing (= choosing and putting on the table) the right card …   New idioms dictionary

  • play cards right — (if you) play (your) cards right informal something that you say to someone which means that if they behave in the right way, they might succeed at something. Play your cards right and you could be managing this place in a year or so …   New idioms dictionary

  • if you play cards right — (if you) play (your) cards right informal something that you say to someone which means that if they behave in the right way, they might succeed at something. Play your cards right and you could be managing this place in a year or so …   New idioms dictionary

  • play — play1 [ pleı ] verb *** ▸ 1 take part in sport/game ▸ 2 make music/sound ▸ 3 have part in play, etc. ▸ 4 when children have fun ▸ 5 when light moves ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive or transitive to take part in a sport or game: The girls are out… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • play */*/*/ — I UK [pleɪ] / US verb Word forms play : present tense I/you/we/they play he/she/it plays present participle playing past tense played past participle played 1) [intransitive/transitive] to take part in a sport or game The children were playing… …   English dictionary

  • cards — n. 1) to play cards 2) to cut; deal; shuffle the cards 3) playing cards 4) (misc.) to stack the cards ( to prearrange conditions to one s own advantage ) to hold all the cards ( to be in a strong negotiating position ); to be in (AE), on (BE) the …   Combinatory dictionary

  • CARDS AND CARDPLAYING — Cardplaying was not known in the ancient world. There is reason to believe that card games were first introduced into Europe from Arabia about 1379. The impropriety of card games in Jewish law was derived only by inference from talmudic dicta on… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • cards —   Nā pepa, pepa hahau (playing).    ♦ Stack, deck, or pack of cards, pu u pepa.    ♦ Hand of cards, ha awina pepa.    ♦ To play cards, pā ani pepa.   See card, game …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • play —   1. Recreation. Pā ani; pili (gamble).   Also: pa apa ani, upa apa ani.    ♦ Play ball, pā ani kinipōpō.    ♦ Play cards, pā ani pepa, hahau pepa.   2. Music. Ho okani, ho okani pila; puhi ohe (wind instrument); mūkī (the hōkiokio).   3. Drama.… …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • play with a full deck — in. to operate as if one were mentally sound. (Usually in the negative. One cannot play cards with a partial deck.) □ That guy’s not playing with a full deck. □ Look sharp, you dummies! Pretend you are playing with a full deck …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • play one's cards right — or[play one s cards well] {v. phr.}, {informal} To use abilities and opportunities so as to be successful; act cleverly; make the best use of your place or skills. * /That millionaire started with very little but showed a skill in playing his… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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