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Another word for platform

  1. A temporary framework with a floor, used by workmen

      1. A raised and level floor or platform.
      2. A raised platform on which theatrical performances are presented.
      3. An area in which actors perform.
      1. A scaffold or system of scaffolds.
      2. Materials used for constructing scaffolds.
      1. A temporary platform, either supported from below or suspended from above, on which workers sit or stand when performing tasks at heights above the ground.
      2. A raised wooden framework or platform.
      3. A platform used in the execution of condemned prisoners, as by hanging or beheading.
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Another word for platform

  1. A stage

      1. A roofed structure, especially a small pavilion or tower on top of a building, situated so as to command a wide view.
      1. A porch or walkway bordered by colonnades.
      2. A platform extending outdoors from a floor of a house or apartment building.
      3. An open, often paved area adjacent to a house serving as an outdoor living space; a patio.
      1. A temporary platform or system of platforms used for support; scaffolding.
      2. The process or manner of putting on a play on the stage.
      3. The act of jettisoning a stage of a multistage rocket.
      1. The surface of a room on which one stands.
      2. The lower or supporting surface of a structure.
      3. A story or level of a building.
      1. To rise to an upright position on the feet.
      2. To assume or maintain an upright position as specified:
      3. To maintain an upright position on the feet.
      1. A dais, pulpit, or other elevated platform for public speaking.
      2. The curved, beaklike prow of an ancient Roman ship, especially a war galley.
      3. The speaker's platform in an ancient Roman forum, which was decorated with the prows of captured enemy ships.
      1. An elevated platform, lectern, or stand used in preaching or conducting a religious service.
      2. Clerics considered as a group.
      3. The ministry of preaching.
      1. A raised platform, as in a lecture hall, for speakers or honored guests.
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