[plah-tah] /ˈplɑ tɑ/
Rí·o de la
[ree-aw th e lah] /ˈri ɔ ðɛ lɑ/ (Show IPA) an estuary on the SE coast of South America between Argentina and Uruguay, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná rivers, about 185 miles (290 km) long.
[lah plah-tah] /lɑ ˈplɑ tɑ/
a seaport in E Argentina.
Río de la Plata (ˈrio de la). an estuary on the SE coast of South America, between Argentina and Uruguay, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná Rivers. Length: 275 km (171 miles). Width: (at its mouth) 225 km (140 miles) Also known as La Plata English name River Plate
/Spanish la ˈplata/
a port in E Argentina, near the Río de la Plata estuary: founded in 1882 and modelled on Washington DC; university (1897). Pop: 758 000 (2005 est)
See (Río de la) Plata
[pluh-tee-uh] /pləˈti ə/ noun 1. an ancient city in Greece, in Boeotia: Greeks defeated Persians here 479 b.c. /pləˈtiːə/ noun 1. an ancient city in S Boeotia, traditionally an ally of Athens: scene of the defeat of a great Persian army by the Greeks in 479 bc
/ˈplætən/ noun 1. another name for plane tree
[plat-band] /ˈplætˌbænd/ noun, Architecture. 1. a flat structural member, as a lintel or flat arch. 2. any shallow molding having a flat face.
[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) 1. the special or featured dish of the day on a restaurant menu. /ˈplɑː də ˈʒʊə; French pla […]