play\ out

play\ out
1. III
1) play out smth., smb. /smth., smb. out/ play out one's supplies израсходовать свои запасы; play the audience (the listeners, etc.) out утомить аудиторию и т.д.
2) play out smth. /smth. out/ play out time sport затягивать время, стараться добиться /стремиться к/ ничьей
2. XI
1) be played out the country is played out страна совершенно истощена; my good luck is played play outout мое везение кончилось; she (the girl, our horse, etc.) was played out она и т.д. совершенно обессилела /выдохлась/; the theory is played out теория устарела; be played out of some time after a hard day's work he's played out после дня тяжелой работы он совершенно выдохся /обессилел/; new styles in clothing are soon played out новые фасоны одежды быстро устаревают
2) be played out at some time the game was played out at the end of the day матч доиграли /закончили/ в конце дня

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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