Meaning of playbook
Pronunciation: (plā'book"), [key]
- (in Elizabethan drama) the script of a play, used by the actors as an acting text.
- a book containing the scripts of one or more plays.
- a notebook containing descriptions of all the plays and strategies used by a team, often accompanied by diagrams, issued to players for them to study and memorize before the season begins.
- any plan or set of strategies, as for outlining a campaign in business or politics.
- playbook (Thesaurus)