the group of dishes, silverware, glasses, etc., set at the place of each person at a meal.
a single group of such dishes or eating utensils sold as a unit.
the set of items of cutlery, crockery, and glassware laid for one person at a dining table
1939, from place (n.) + setting (n.).
[pleys] /pleɪs/ noun 1. a particular portion of space, whether of definite or indefinite extent. 2. space in general: time and place. 3. the specific portion of space normally occupied by anything: The vase is in its place. Every item on the shelf had its place. 4. a space, area, or spot, set apart or […]
noun, Arithmetic. 1. the value of the place, or position, of a digit in a number or series: In the number 794, the location of the digit 4 has a place value of one. adjective 1. denoting a series in which successive digits represent successive powers of the base noun the value of a digit […]
[pley-sit] /ˈpleɪ sɪt/ noun 1. an expression or vote of assent or sanction, indicated by the use of the Latin word placet (it pleases). [nohn plah-ket; English non pley-sit] /noʊn ˈplɑ kɛt; English nɒn ˈpleɪ sɪt/ noun, Latin. 1. it is not pleasing. /ˈpleɪsɛt/ noun 1. a vote or expression of assent by saying the […]
[plas-id] /ˈplæs ɪd/ adjective 1. pleasantly calm or peaceful; unruffled; tranquil; serenely quiet or undisturbed: placid waters. /ˈplæsɪd/ adjective 1. having a calm appearance or nature adj. 1620s, from French placide (15c.) and directly from Latin placidus “pleasing, peaceful, quiet, gentle, still, calm,” from placere “to please” (see please). Related: Placidly; placidness.