Platter



[plat-er] /ˈplæt ər/

noun
1.
a large, shallow dish, usually elliptical in shape, for holding and serving food, especially meat or fish.
2.
a course of a meal, usually consisting of a variety of foods served on the same plate.
3.
Slang. a phonograph record.
4.
Movie Slang. a part of a motion-picture projector, consisting of a large, horizontally rotating disk that houses a feature film.
/ˈplætə/
noun
1.
a large shallow usually oval dish or plate, used for serving food
2.
a course of a meal, usually consisting of several different foods served on the same plate: a seafood platter
n.

late 13c., platere, from Anglo-French plater, from Old French plate “metal plate” (see plate (n.)).

noun

A phonograph record (1931+)
see under hand to on a silver platter

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