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Definitions of plate:

part of speech: verb transitive

To coat with metal; to cover with sheets of metal.

part of speech: verb transitive

To overlay with a coating of plate or metal: to adorn with metal: to beat into thin plates.

part of speech: noun

A thin piece or sheet of metal; as, armor plate; a shallow dish from which food is eaten; a piece of metal on which something is engraved; a print made from an engraved metal surface; in photography, a thin sheet of glass treated with chemicals; household articles of gold or silver, as teapots, etc.

part of speech: noun

A body with a flat and extended surface; a dish; a flat shallow vessel of earthenware, & c., used at table for eating from; a sheet of metal; an engraved flat piece of metal, or the engraving printed from it; articles for domestic use in gold or silver; a prize at a race, as the " Queen's plate"; a mining term for compact beds of shale which break up into thin plates.

part of speech: verb

To coat with a metal; to overlay or cover.

part of speech: noun

Something flat: a thin piece of metal: wrought gold and silver: household utensils in gold and silver: a flat dish: an engraved plate of metal.

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