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Translation of "plate" - English-Spanish dictionary

plate

noun   /pleɪt/
A1 a flat, round object that is used for putting food on plato llano a dinner plate a plate of biscuits
(Definition of plate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

plate

noun /pleit/
a shallow dish for holding food etc plato china plates.
a sheet of metal etc placa The ship was built of steel plates.
articles made of, or plated with, usually gold or silver vajilla a collection of gold plate.
a flat piece of metal inscribed with eg a name, for fixing to a door, or with a design etc, for use in printing. placa
an illustration in a book, usually on glossy paper lámina, grabado The book has ten full-colour plates.
(also dental plate) a piece of plastic that fits in the mouth with false teeth attached to it. dentadura (postiza)
a sheet of glass etc coated with a sensitive film, used in photography. placa
plated adjective
covered with a thin layer of a different metal chapado gold-plated dishes.
plateful noun
the complete contents of a plate plato a plateful of potatoes two platefuls of chips.
plating noun
a thin covering of metal revestimiento, chapado silver-plating.
plate glass noun
a kind of glass made in thick sheets for windows, mirrors etc. vidrio/cristal cilindrado; luna (also adjective) a plate-glass window.
(Definition of plate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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