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Play Ball

Play Ball - to cooperate; to work together

  • Do you think everyone is the office is going to play ball?
  • I am not going to play ball with the people next door. I do not like what they are doing.
  • The politicians refused to play ball with the journalists.
  • Do you think the police will play ball with the judge?
  • The teacher asked all the students to play ball.
  • I need a few weeks off from work, but my company does not want to play ball.

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Peaches And Cream

Prey On

Put A Cap On

Pack Light

Play Ball

Politically Correct

People Person

Pony Up

Pocket Money

Keep Posted

Pay Through The Nose

Piping Hot

Pull A Fast One

Pay Peanuts

Pass With Flying Colors

Play Games

Pigheaded

Pack Rat

Pain In The Neck

Pick Up The Pace

Paint The Town Red

Pain In The Neck

Pick Up The Tab

Pink Slip

Pitch In

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Priceless

Potluck Dinner

Pull My Leg

Pull (something) Off

Pull Yourself Together

Quiet Time

Quick Fix

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