Phrasal Verbs with PLAY

play out
to happen or develop in a particular way
Let’s just see how things play out.

play up
to try to make something seem more important than it really is
It was only a small achievement, but he tried to play it up.

play down
to try to make something seem less important than it really is
She played down her role in the project.

play along
to pretend to agree or cooperate
I just played along to avoid an argument with him.

play around
to try doing something in different ways
They have been playing around with ideas for a new feature.

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