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Turkish translation of “plate”

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plate

noun
 
 
/pleɪt/
FOOD [C] A1 a flat, round object which is used for putting food on
tabak, sahan
a dinner plate a plate of biscuitsDishes, bowls, cups and glasses
METAL/GLASS [C] a flat piece of metal or glass
tabaka, levha, plâka
I had a metal plate put in my knee after the accident.Building materials
gold/silver plate metal with a thin layer of gold or silver on top
altın/gümüş kaplama
Metals and metalworkingChemical elementsMineralogy
PICTURE [C] a picture in a book
kitaptaki resim
→  See also L-plate , license plate , number plate Printing and word processingPhotographyPictures
Translations of “plate”
in Korean 접시…
in Arabic صَحْن…
in French assiette, plaque, argenterie…
in Italian piatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 盤, 盤子,碟子, 一碟…
in Russian тарелка, пластина, лист (металла…
in Polish talerz, płyta, proteza…
in Spanish plato, placa, vajilla…
in Portuguese prato…
in German die Platte, das Geschirr, das Schild…
in Catalan plat pla…
in Japanese 皿, 平皿…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盘, 盘子,碟子, 一盘…
(Definition of plate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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