[pluh-tee-uh] /pləˈti ə/
an ancient city in Greece, in Boeotia: Greeks defeated Persians here 479 b.c.
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 […]
[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 […]