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Play Games

Play Games - to be dishonest; someone that is not serious

  • The owner of the store is playing games with me. He does not want to give me my money. I am going to take him to court.
  • I do not like people that play games with me.
  • My girl friend is playing games with me. I need to break up with her.
  • Is your boss playing games with you?
  • The electrician is playing games with me. He took my money, but he never did the work.

Play Games

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