A flat metallic object of uniform thickness. (noun)
A vehicle license plate. (noun)
A decorative or food service item coated with silver. (noun)
A weighted disk, usually of metal, with a hole in the center for use with a barbell, dumbbell, or exercise machine. (noun)
An engraved surface used to transfer an image to paper. (noun)
An image or copy. (noun)
An illustration in a book, either black and white, or colour, usually on a page of paper of different quality from the text pages. (noun)
A shaped and fitted surface, usually ceramic or metal that fits into the mouth and in which teeth are implanted; a dental plate. (noun)
A horizontal framing member at the top or bottom of a group of vertical studs. (noun)
A foot, from "plates of meat". (noun)
Home plate. (noun)
A tectonic plate. (noun)
Plate armour. (noun)
Any of various larger scales found in some reptiles. (noun)
An electrode such as can be found in an accumulator battery, or in an electrolysis tank. (noun)
To cover the surface material of an object with a thin coat of another material, usually a metal. (verb)
To place the various elements of a meal on the diner's plate prior to serving. (verb)
To perform cunnilingus. (verb)
To score a run. (verb)
To specify which airline a ticket will be issued on behalf of. (verb)
Examples of word plate
I tipped over the name plate on his desk: Dr. Richard Salmon.
On display are sculptures in chocolate: a life size one of Ms. Brown's figure, of her diploma a masters in milk chocolate, a pair of her high heels and a name plate from her desk that identifies Ms. Brown as the "Chief Chocolate Officer" of M&M's.
Noticing the suit and tie, he spoke to me first, looking down his nose, as he did so, to the name plate on my breast pocket.
I said goodbye quickly to the metro editor, logged off my computer, placed my name plate in my bag and left.
According to the title plate, the video was shot by Canadian Force Combat Camera 8-9 July about 25 km west of Kandahar.