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platternoun [C]

uk   /ˈplæt.ər/ us   /ˈplæt̬.ɚ/
a large plate used for serving food or a meal with one type of food served on a large plate: a fish platter
(Definition of platter from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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platternoun [C]

us   /ˈplæt̬·ər/
a large plate used for serving food
In a restaurant, a platter is a dish with a variety of foods on it: I’d like the seafood platter, please.
(Definition of platter from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “platter”
in Spanish fuente…
in Vietnamese đĩa phẳng (bằng gỗ để đựng thức ăn)…
in Malaysian pinggan leper…
in Thai จานตื้นขนาดใหญ่…
in French plat…
in German die Platte…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大浅盘…
in Turkish servis tabağı…
in Russian блюдо…
in Indonesian talam…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大淺盤…
in Polish półmisek, patera…
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