a river flowing E from the junction of the North and South Platte rivers in central Nebraska to the Missouri River S of Omaha. 310 miles (500 km) long.
a river system of the central US, formed by the confluence of the North Platte and South Platte at North Platte, Nebraska: flows generally east to the Missouri River. Length: 499 km (310 miles)
/ˈplatəˌlant/ noun 1. the platteland, (in South Africa) the country districts or rural areas
[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 […]
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[pley-tee] /ˈpleɪ ti/ adjective, platier, platiest. 1. (of an igneous rock) split into thin, flat sheets, often resembling strata, as a result of uneven cooling. [plat-ee] /ˈplæt i/ noun, plural (especially collectively) platy (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) platys, platies. 1. . 1. a combining form meaning “flat,” “broad,” used in […]