What is Fair play?
Playing within the rules, and not only the letter of the rules but theintent of them as well. Fair play means you win a boxing match by being a better boxer, not by having weights in your gloves, a horse race by having a better horse, not by injuring your opponent's horse, a football game by playing better football, not by paying a hooker to distract their star player.
Fair can be an adjective, adverb or a noun depending on how it is used. Examples: The children bought cotton candy from the country fair. (fair = noun) If you don't play fairly, other kids won't want to play with you. (fair = adverb0 The referee determined that it was a fair play. (fair = adjective)