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Translation of "platform" - English-Turkish dictionary

platform

noun [C]     /ˈplætfɔːm/
RAISED SURFACE
B2 a raised surface for people to stand on, especially when they are speaking to a lot of people kürsü, podyum, sahne The speakers all stood on a platform.Floors and parts of floors
TRAIN
A2 the area in a railway station where you get on and off the train peron, tren istasyonu platformu The train for London, Paddington, will depart from platform 12.Train and bus stations and taxi ranks
POLITICS
all the things that a political party promises to do if they are elected parti programı, platform They campaigned on a platform of low taxation.Elections
FOR OPINIONS
a way of telling the public about your opinions fikirlerini aktarma biçimi; fikirlerini toplumla paylaşma şekli/yöntemi Basically, he uses the newspaper as a platform for airing his political views.Ways of achieving things
(Definition of platform from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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