[plat-i-tood-n-ahyz, -tyood-] /ˌplæt ɪˈtud n aɪz, -ˈtyud-/
verb (used without object), platitudinized, platitudinizing.
to utter .
(intransitive) to speak or write in platitudes
[plat-i-tood-n-uh s, -tyood-] /ˌplæt ɪˈtud n əs, -ˈtyud-/ adjective 1. characterized by or given to . 2. of the nature of or resembling a .
Distributed language based on asynchronous message passing. [“Message Passing Communication Versus Procedure Call Communication”, J. Staunstrup, Soft Prac & Exp 12(3):223-234 (Mar 1982)]. [“Platon Reference Manual”, S. Soerensen et al, RECAU, U Aarhus, Denmark].
[pluh-ton-ik, pley-] /pləˈtɒn ɪk, pleɪ-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of or his doctrines: the Platonic philosophy of ideal forms. 2. pertaining to, involving, or characterized by as a striving toward love of spiritual or ideal beauty. 3. (usually lowercase) purely spiritual; free from sensual desire, especially in a relationship between two persons […]
noun 1. Platonism. love of the Idea of beauty, seen as terminating an evolution from the desire for an individual and the love of physical beauty to the love and contemplation of spiritual or ideal beauty. 2. (usually lowercase) an intimate companionship or relationship, especially between two persons of the opposite sex, that is characterized […]