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play around with sth

(UK also play about with sth)
phrasal verb with play uk   us   /pleɪ/ verb
to try out different methods or different things, before deciding which one to choose: We've been playing around with ideas for a new TV show. Why don't you play around with the different fonts on the computer and see which one you want to use?
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