[pleyt-foo l] /ˈpleɪt fʊl/
noun, plural platefuls.
the amount that a will hold.
a large portion or quantity:
a plateful of contracts to negotiate.
noun 1. an iron or steel beam built up from plates and shapes welded or riveted together, usually including a plate or plates for a web, four angle irons forming two flanges, and a pair of plates to reinforce the flanges.
noun 1. a soda-lime-silica glass formed by rolling the hot glass into a plate that is subsequently ground and polished, used in large windows, mirrors, etc. noun 1. glass formed into a thin sheet by rolling, used for windows
[pleyt-hohl-der] /ˈpleɪtˌhoʊl dər/ noun 1. a lightproof container for a photographic , loaded into the camera with the and having a slide that is removed before exposing.
/ˈpleɪtˌleɪə/ noun 1. (Brit) a workman who lays and maintains railway track US and Canadian equivalent trackman