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to take part in a sport or game
if children play at something, they pretend to be someone else or to be involved in a particular type of situation
if children or animals romp, they play or move around in a lively and often noisy way
to play in a happy way with a lot of energy and movement
to play in a very lively or rough way
to play on a seesaw
to have fun by joking or playing
a pattern on a sandy beach, made as a form of natural art …
a game played by several people on a board shaped like a star. Each player tries to be the first...
a symbol named after King Adinkra, used in West Africa in fabric and on other items
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