[planch, plahnch] /plæntʃ, plɑntʃ/
a flat piece of metal, stone, or baked clay, used as a tray in an enameling oven.
[planch, plahnch] /plæntʃ, plɑntʃ/ noun 1. a flat piece of metal, stone, or baked clay, used as a tray in an enameling oven. 2. British Dialect.
[plan-chit] /ˈplæn tʃɪt/ noun 1. a flat piece of metal for stamping as a coin; a coin blank. /ˈplɑːntʃɪt/ noun 1. a piece of metal ready to be stamped as a coin, medal, etc; flan n. “metal disk out of which a coin is made,” 1610s, from French planchette, literally “a small board,” diminutive of […]
[plan-shet, -chet] /plænˈʃɛt, -ˈtʃɛt/ noun 1. a small, heart-shaped board supported by two casters and a pencil or stylus that, when moved across a surface by the light, unguided pressure of the fingertips, is supposed to trace meaningful patterns or written messages revealing subconscious thoughts, psychic phenomena, clairvoyant messages, etc. /plɑːnˈʃɛt/ noun 1. a heart-shaped […]
[plahngk] /plɑŋk/ noun 1. Max Karl Ernst [mahks kahrl ernst] /mɑks kɑrl ɛrnst/ (Show IPA), 1858–1947, German physicist: Nobel prize 1918. /plæŋk; German plaŋk/ noun 1. Max (Karl Ernst Ludwig) (maks). 1858–1947, German physicist who first formulated the quantum theory (1900): Nobel prize for physics 1918 in physics, in reference to the work of German […]