Definition of 'plate'
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People have fallen through plate glass windows without sustaining fatal injuries. THE EXECUTION (2002)You'd think they'd be a bit more grateful that you're there to hand them the stuff on a plate. DEAD BEAT (2002)There was a jeep parked up near the generator with its licence plate facing our position. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
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Translations for 'plate'
British English: plate /pleɪt/ NOUN
A plate is a round or oval flat dish used to hold food.
Anita pushed her plate away.
- American English: plate
- Arabic: صَحْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: prato
- Chinese: 盘子
- Croatian: tanjur
- Czech: talíř
- Danish: tallerken
- Dutch: bord
- European Spanish: plato utensilio
- Finnish: lautanen
- French: assiette
- German: Teller
- Greek: πιάτο
- Italian: piatto
- Japanese: 平皿
- Korean: 접시
- Norwegian: tallerken
- Polish: talerz
- European Portuguese: prato
- Romanian: farfurie
- Russian: тарелка
- Spanish: plato recipiente bajo y redondo
- Swedish: tallrik
- Thai: จาน
- Turkish: tabak
- Ukrainian: тарілка
- Vietnamese: đĩa đựng thức ăn
Definition of plate from the Collins English Dictionary
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