Underplay definition

ŭndər-plā, ŭndər-plā
To act (a role) subtly or with restraint.
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To present or deal with subtly or with restraint; play down.
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To act a role subtly or with restraint.
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(games) To play a low card while holding a higher card in the same suit.
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To act (a role or scene) in a manner intended to be subtle and restrained.
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To play down the importance of (something)
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The act of underplaying.
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To play in a subordinate, or in an inferior manner; to underact a part.
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(card games) To play a low card when holding a high one, in the hope of a future advantage.
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Origin of underplay

  • under- +"Ž play

    From Wiktionary