Definitions for playbookˈpleɪˌbʊk
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word playbook
a notebook containing descriptions and diagrams of the plays that a team has practiced (especially an American football team)
a book containing the scripts of one or more dramatic plays
"the 1963 playbook leaves out the whole first scene"
a scheme or set of strategies for conducting a business campaign or a political campaign
"they borrowed a page from the playbook of the opposition"
A book containing the text of a play
A book of games and amusements for children
A book of strategies (plays) for use in American football
a book of dramatic compositions; a book of the play
Playbook is an X's and O's football show with an entertaining flair. Playbook goes into the NFL Films room to examine a head coach's game film. In its original format, it was a 30-minute program hosted every weeknight during the NFL season and playoffs. In its new format, it is a one-hour program on Thursday and Friday, each day centering on either the AFC or the NFC.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The oil companies are executing the downturn playbook.
There's no playbook for what to do here, the states are really where the action is.
We’re really taking a page out of the NRA’s playbook, it’s the first time gun violence prevention has had the money.
If you have pearls (of wisdom), let's share them ... so we could all empower and help each other because we don't have a playbook.
We have to see results Tuesday to see if Donald Trump has rewritten the playbook, if Ted Cruz wins, the' Full Grassley' still applies.
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