[plah duh zhoo r; French pla dy zhoor] /ˈplɑ də ˈʒʊər; French pla dü ˈʒur/
noun, plural plats du jour
[plahz duh zhoo r; French pla dy zhoor] /ˈplɑz də ˈʒʊər; French pla dü ˈʒur/ (Show IPA)
the special or featured dish of the day on a restaurant menu.
/ˈplɑː də ˈʒʊə; French pla dy ʒur/
noun (pl) plats du jour (ˈplɑːz də ˈʒʊə; French) (pla dy ʒur)
the specially prepared or recommended dish of the day on a restaurant’s menu
[pleyt] /pleɪt/ noun 1. a shallow, usually circular dish, often of earthenware or porcelain, from which food is eaten. 2. the contents of such a dish; plateful. 3. an entire course of a meal served on such a dish: I had the vegetable plate for lunch. 4. the food and service for one person, as […]
noun 1. armor made of thin, flat, shaped pieces of wrought iron or steel. 2. any armor composed of, or having as an exterior surface, tough, stiff, flat pieces, large or small, of various materials, as iron, steel, or horn.
- Plate armour
noun 1. armour made of thin metal plates, which superseded mail during the 14th century
[pla-toh or, esp. British, plat-oh] /plæˈtoʊ or, esp. British, ˈplæt oʊ/ noun, plural plateaus, plateaux [pla-tohz or, esp. British, plat-ohz] /plæˈtoʊz or, esp. British, ˈplæt oʊz/ (Show IPA) 1. a land area having a relatively level surface considerably raised above adjoining land on at least one side, and often cut by deep canyons. 2. a […]