[plaw-ziv, -siv] /ˈplɔ zɪv, -sɪv/
expressing praise or approval; applauding
[plaw-zuh-buh l] /ˈplɔ zə bəl/ adjective 1. having an appearance of truth or reason; seemingly worthy of approval or acceptance; credible; believable: a plausible excuse; a plausible plot. 2. well-spoken and apparently, but often deceptively, worthy of confidence or trust: a plausible commentator. /ˈplɔːzəbəl/ adjective 1. apparently reasonable, valid, truthful, etc: a plausible excuse 2. […]
[plaw-tuh s] /ˈplɔ təs/ noun 1. Titus Maccius [tahy-tuh s mak-see-uh s] /ˈtaɪ təs ˈmæk si əs/ (Show IPA), c254–c184 b.c, Roman dramatist. /ˈplɔːtəs/ noun 1. Titus Maccius (ˈtaɪtəs ˈmæksɪəs). ?254–?184 bc, Roman comic dramatist. His 21 extant works, adapted from Greek plays, esp those by Menander, include Menaechmi (the basis of Shakespeare’s The Comedy […]
[plahy-uh] /ˈplaɪ ə/ noun 1. Western U.S. the sandy, salty, or mud-caked flat floor of a desert basin having interior drainage, usually occupied by a shallow lake during or after prolonged, heavy rains. /ˈplɑːjə; Spanish ˈplaja/ noun 1. (in the US) a temporary lake, or its dry often salty bed, in a desert basin noun […]
[pley-uh-buh l] /ˈpleɪ ə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of or suitable for being . 2. (of ground) fit to be on, as for a soccer game.