English version

fair play

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfair playˌfair ˈplay noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 HONESTplaying according to the rules of a game without cheating 🔊 rules designed to ensure fair play2 FAIRfair treatment of people without cheating or being dishonest 🔊 the British tradition of fair play 🔊 This kind of behavior violates many people’s sense of fair play.3 fair play to somebody turnabout is fair play at turnabout
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fair playCuriosity alone kept me there, and fair play.It doesn't feel like fair play, but I have to forgive them.Aladdin was very good-natured and had a sense of fair play.Only in a secure Britain can we break down barriers and give people a real sense of fair play.Claiming credit for other people's work violates our society's sense of fair play.First Kennedy, then Johnson, had placed themselves firmly on the side of fair play and integration.These clubs did not necessarily take their sport in the spirit of fair play.There are still people out there who teach and practice fair play, sportsmanship, and competition.The intention is noble, I suppose: Teach them sportsmanship, fair play and all that.sense of fair playAladdin was very good-natured and had a sense of fair play.Only in a secure Britain can we break down barriers and give people a real sense of fair play.It violates their sense of fair play.
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