Plate synonyms

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To pour (tea, etc.) from the cup into the saucer in order to cool it before drinking.
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The contents of such a vessel.
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The serving of food or the manner in which it is served:
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A piece or part cut off or out
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Style of catering where the food is delivered to the table on a platter held by the waiter and served to the customer's plate using a fork and spoon.
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The flat, expanded part of a leaf; blade, as distinguished from the petiole
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A thin broad piece cut from a larger object:
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(Ecology) A layer of vegetation, usually of similar height.
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A picture created by projecting an image onto a photosensitive surface such as a chemically treated plate or film, CCD receptor, etc.
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A print produced by lithography.
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A print made from an etched surface
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A block of wood on whose surface a design for printing is engraved along the grain.
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A plate, made by electroplating a mold, such as used in letterpress printing
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A design or text engraved on a surface.
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An etching or print made using this method
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A print from such a plate
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Alternative form of dinnerplate.
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A flattish dish
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A flattish dish
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A dish of glass or earthenware, with a lid, in which food is baked and sometimes served.
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A flattish dish
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A flattish dish
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A meal or course served on a platter.
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Food served on a trencher
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A giving of aid; assisting
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(Countable) A portion (especially, of a meal) served to someone.
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Development in a particular way; progress:
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(Business) Headquarters.
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A base, usually consisting of a hard rubber slab, at one of the corners of a diamond at which a batter stands when hitting and which a base runner must finally touch in order to score.
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The place where a person was raised; Childhood or parental home; home of one’s parents or guardian.
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To cover with or bond to one or more thin layers, as of clear plastic
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To separate out into distinct layers or strata.
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To cut (hair) into different, usually overlapping lengths.
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To create (a new area code) having the same boundaries as another:
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Gild is defined as to cover with a thin layer of gold, or to make something more valuable or attractive.
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A silvery, hard, ductile metallic element that occurs in ores along with iron or magnesium. It resists oxidation and corrosion and is used to make alloys such as stainless steel. It is also used as a coating for other metals. Atomic number 28; atomic weight 58.69; melting point 1,453°C; boiling point 2,732°C; specific gravity 8.902; valence 0, 1, 2, 3.
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A yellow or brown alloy of copper and tin, sometimes with small amounts of other metals such as lead or zinc. Bronze is harder than brass and is used both in industry and in art.
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To tan or dye with a chromium compound.
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To coat (photographic paper) with a film of silver nitrate or other silver salt.
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To variegate with colours, as if with enamel.
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To coat with platinum.
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(Sports) trophies, success in a competition.
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The plane tree.
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A picture, design, diagram, etc. used to decorate or explain something
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A visible image, especially one on a flat surface or screen:
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A glazed china marble in children's games.
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The food served and eaten in one sitting.
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(Baseball) Any of the four objects at the four corners of the infield that must be reached safely one after the other to score a run: three (first base, second base, and third base) are set above the ground while the fourth (home plate) is set flush with the ground
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To record or perform a cover of
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To equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening.
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To provide or cover with a coat.
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To make (a recording) on a phonograph record.
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To separate into panels.
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(Geology) any of several large pieces of the Earth's lithosphere which participate in plate tectonics
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In the theory of plate tectonics, a boundary between two or more plates. The plates can be moving toward each other (at convergent plate boundaries), away from each other (at divergent plate boundaries), or past each other (at transform faults). Maps of seismic and volcanic activity across the Earth indicate that most earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur along or near tectonic boundaries. This is because earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are caused by the scraping, pushing, pulling, and melting of the Earth's lithosphere along these boundaries.
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A fitting for the mouth, with artificial teeth, often a full set
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a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth
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The definition of a scale is an outer protective layer made up of flat, rigid, overlapping plates.
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The conjoined scutes that comprise the "shell" (carapace) of a tortoise or turtle.
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A plate or other container passed among the worshipers attending a Christian church service, into which donations of money are placed.
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An early form of photographic material, in which the photosensitive emulsion was applied to a glass plate; latterly only used by astronomers
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a rigid layer of the Earth's crust that is believed to drift slowly
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The amount that a plate can hold.
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An engraving made with such a plate.
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A set of articles, such as matching cups and a teapot, used in serving tea.
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A relatively thin, sharp-edged stone fragment removed from a core or from another flake by striking or prying, serving as a tool or blade itself or as a blank for making other tools.
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To decorate by inlaying or overlaying with a contrasting material:
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Find another word for plate. In this page you can discover 87 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for plate, like: saucer, dish, paten, service, cut, silver-service, lamina, slice, stratum, photograph and lithograph.