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playing away [Br.] Fremdgehen {n} [in der Ehe, außereheliche Beziehung]
playing ball Ballspielen {n}
Playing by Heart [Willard Carroll] Leben und Lieben in L.A.
playing cardSpielkarte {f}
playing card Kartenblatt {n} [Spielkarte]
playing card collectionSpielkartensammlung {f}
playing cardsSpielkarten {pl}
playing cardsKartenspielen {n}
playing coach Spielertrainer {m}
playing culture Spielkultur {f}
playing doctor {sg}Doktorspiele {pl}
playing down Verniedlichung {f} [eines Fehlers, Problems]
playing down Verharmlosung {f}
playing field Spielfeld {n}
playing field Platz {m} [Schulsportplatz]
playing field Sportplatz {m} [einer Schule]
playing field [also fig.]Spielwiese {f} [auch fig.]
playing fields Sportplätze {pl}
playing football [Br.] Fußballspielen {n}
Playing for Pizza [John Grisham] Touchdown
Playing for the Ashes [Elizabeth George] Asche zu Asche
playing hand Spielhand {f}
playing kit [set of garments worn by outfield players and goalkeepers] Spielkleidung {f} [Grundausrüstung der Feldspieler und Torwarte]
playing libraryFilmbibliothek {f} [Trickfilmtechnik]
playing musicMusizieren {n}
playing of a match in a third country [football / soccer]Spiel {n} in neutralem Land [Disziplinarmaßnahme im Fußball]
playing of the flute Flötenspiel {n}
playing opportunities Spielmöglichkeiten {pl}
playing outside draußen spielend
playing outside Draußenspielen {n}
playing periodSpielzeit {f}
playing philosophySpielphilosophie {f}
playing piece [in board games]Spielfigur {f} [bei Brettspielen]
playing position Spielposition {f}
playing sheepshead [Schafkopf] Schafkopfen {n}
playing soccer [Am.] Fußballspielen {n}
playing squad Mannschaftskader {m}
playing style Spielstil {m}
playing surfaceSpielfläche {f}
playing surface [football] Geläuf {n} [ugs.] [Spielfläche]
playing the guitar Gitarrespielen {n}
playing the victim Opferstrategie {f}
playing the violinGeigen {n} [das Geigespielen]
playing the violin (das) Geigespielen {n}
playing time Spielzeit {f}
playing timeSpieldauer {f}
playing time clockSpielzeituhr {f}
playing to the gallery Effekthascherei {f}
playing without the ballSpiel {n} ohne Ball
(playing) cardBlatt {n} [Einzelkarte]
(playing) cards Blatt {pl} [mit Angabe der Anzahl: 36 Blatt, 52 Blatt usw.]
(playing) technique Spieltechnik {f}
playlet Dramolett {n} [kurzes Stück, in sich geschlossene Szene]
playlist Wiedergabeliste {f}
playlist Musikfolge {f}
playlistSpielliste {f}
playlistPlaylist {f}
playlist [media player] Abspielliste {f} [Medienabspielgerät]
playmaker Spielmacher {m}
playmaker [female]Spielmacherin {f}
playmaking abilities [football] spielmacherische Fähigkeiten {pl}
playmaking abilities [football]Fähigkeiten {pl} als Spielmacher
playmaking ability [football] Können {n} als Spielmacher
playmateSpielgefährte {m}
playmate Spielkamerad {m}
playmate [female] Gespielin {f}
playmate [female] Spielkameradin {f}
playmate [female] Spielgefährtin {f}
playmate [male] Gespiele {m} [veraltend]
playmates Spielkameraden {pl}
playmatesSpielgefährten {pl}
playmates [female] Spielkameradinnen {pl}
playmates [female]Spielgefährtinnen {pl}
Playmates [Robert B. Parker] Spießgesellen
play-off Ausspielen {n}
play-off Ausscheidungsspiel {n}
playoff Stichkampf {m}
playoffAusstich {m} [schweiz.] [Stichkampf]
playoff Play-off {n} [auch: Playoff]
play-off [extra time] Verlängerung {f}
play-offsEndspielserie {f}
playoffs {pl} Endspielserie {f}
playout Ausspielung {f}
playpenLaufställchen {n}
playpenLaufstall {m}
playpenLaufgitter {n}
playpen Krabbelstall {m}
playpen Ställchen {n} [Laufstall, Laufgitter]
playpen Gehschule {f} [österr.] [Laufgitter für Kleinkinder]
playroomSpielzimmer {n}
playsTheaterstücke {pl}
playschool Kindergarten {m}
playstation <PS> [coll.] [PlayStation ®, Sony PlayStation ®]Playstation ® {f} <PS> [auch: PlayStation ®, Sony PlayStation ®]
playsuit Spielanzug {m}
playsuitStrampler {m} [Strampelanzug]
playsuit Strampelanzug {m}
plaything Spielzeug {n}
playthingSpielball {m}
playthingsSpielsachen {pl}
playthings Spielereien {pl}
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