Playable - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈpleɪəbəl|  American pronunciation of the word playable
Brit.  |ˈpleɪəbl̩|  British pronunciation of the word playable

adjective

- capable of or suitable for being played or played on

a playable lie in golf
the baseball fan reached out and caught a foul that was judged playable
the ball field was playable
harpsichord music is readily playable

Examples

The play is based on a real-life event.

He wrote, directed, and starred in the play.

His fifth grade class is putting on a play about the first Thanksgiving.

I've gone to all of my daughter's school plays.

The book discusses the role of play in a child's development.

As the saying goes, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”

Please, no talking during play.

Rain held up play for an hour.

The chess match finally ended after three hours of play.

The two golfers were tied at the start of play yesterday.

The children were playing in the yard.

Can Sara come out and play?

He played by himself in his room.

Did you play any sports in high school?

No one dares to play chess with him.

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