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plate

plate

plato, lámina, grabado, placa, libra, dentadura (postiza), fuego, quemador, vajilla, chapar
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plate

noun

(Cockney rhyming slang) foot

noun

(construction) horizontal framing member at the top or bottom of a group of vertical studs

noun

(dated) decorative or food service item coated with silver

noun

(dentistry) dental plate

noun

(engineering, electricity) anode of vacuum tube

noun

(engineering, electricity) electrode

noun

(herpetology) reptilian scale

noun

(historical) plate armour

noun

(printing) engraved surface used to transfer an image to paper

noun

(printing, photography) image or copy

noun

(printing, publishing) full page illustration

noun

(weightlifting) weighted disk

noun

a course at a meal

noun

a flat metallic object

noun

contents of a plate

noun

dish from which food is served or eaten

noun

vehicle license

verb

put meal on a plate

verb

to cover the surface material of an object with a thin coat of another material

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Planter
plantigrade
planting
plaque
plasma
plasma screen
plasma TV
plaster
plåster
plaster cast
plastered
plastic
plastic bag
plastic surgery
Plasticine
platan
-- plate --
Plateau
platform
platinous
platinum
Platter
Platypus
plausible
play
play down
play hooky
play truant
Player
playful
playground
playgroup
playing card
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