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Spanish translation of “platform”

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platform

noun /ˈplӕtfoːm/
the raised area between or beside the lines in a train station
andén
They waited on the platform for their train to arrive The London train will leave from platform 6.
a raised part of a floor eg in a hall, for speakers, entertainers etc
plataforma; escenario
The orchestra arranged themselves on the platform.
(Definition of platform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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