plate englannista suomeksi
laatta, tektoninen laatta
''I filled my plate from the bountiful table.''
Such dishes collectively.
The contents of such a dish.
''I ate a plate of beans.''
''The meat plate was particularly tasty.''
An agenda of tasks, problems, or responsibilities
''With revenues down and transfer payments up, the legislature has a full plate.''
''A clutch usually has two plates.''
A vehicle plate.
''He stole a car and changed the plates as soon as he could.''
A taxi permit, especially of a metal disc.
''The bullets just bounced off the steel plate on its hull''.
A material covered with such a layer.
''If you're not careful, someone will sell you silverware that's really only silver plate''.
''The tea was served in the plate.''
''We finished making the plates this morning.''
An illustration in a book, either black and white, or colour, usually on a page of paper of different quality from the text pages.
A foot, from "''plates'' of meat".
''Sit down and give your plates a rest.''
''There was a close play at the plate.''
''He was confronted by two knights in full plate.''
1590, (w), ''(w)'', London: William Ponsonbie, Book 2, Canto 5, p.(nbs)248,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12777.0001.001
- He hewd, and lasht, and foynd, and thondred blowes,
- And euery way did seeke into his life,
- Ne plate, ne male could ward so mighty throwes,
- But yeilded passage to his cruell knife.
1667, (w), ''(w)'', Book 6, lines 366-368,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50919.0001.001
- Two potent Thrones, that to be less then Gods
- Disdain’d, but meaner thoughts learnd in thir flight,
- Mangl’d with gastly wounds through Plate and Maile.
''Regulating the oscillator plate voltage greatly improves the keying.''
Silver or gold, in the form of a coin, or less often silver or gold utensils or dishes (from (der)).
(circa) (w), ''(w)'', Act V, Scene(nbs)2,http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=antonycleo&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl
- (..) realms and islands were
- As plates dropp’d from his pocket.
Any flat piece of material such as coated glass or plastic.
A metallic card, used to imprint tickets with an airline's logo, name, and numeric code.
The ability of a travel agent to issue tickets on behalf of a particular airline.
A VIN plate, particularly with regard to the car's year of manufacture.
To cover the surface material of an object with a thin coat of another material, usually a metal.
''This ring is plated with a thin layer of gold.''
To place the various elements of a meal on the diner's plate prior to serving.
''After preparation, the chef will plate the dish.''
To score a run.
''The single plated the runner from second base.''
To arm or defend with metal plates.
To beat into thin plates.
To specify which airline a ticket will be issued on behalf of.
''Tickets are normally plated on an itinerary's first international airline.''
to categorise stamps based on their position on the original sheet, in order to reconstruct an entire sheet.
(particularly with early British stamps) to identify the printing plate used.
Precious metal, especially silver.
- At the northern extremity of this chill province the gold plate of the Groans, pranked across the shining black of the long table, smoulders as though it contains fire(..)
(feminine singular of)
Very small flat boat.
a flat metal disk
a flat (l) of armor