Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Outside there was a sign that read: _ "Tous les plats, _ eight cents; _plats extra variés; café superieur, _ three cents; _café au lait, _ five cents."

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  • Virusa resistance and gene silencing in plats can be induced by simultaneous expression of sense and antisense RNA.

    Advanced Information: The 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

  • It is a fandango, and you do have to be in the mood, because the fiddliness continues into the menu, which is a simple and very good-value deal at lunch (£18 for two courses), but in the evening lets you choose three, four or five courses (or "plats") at £35, £45 or £55.

    Restaurant: Gauthier Soho, London W1

  • In Kent the orchards where the cob/filbert trees are grown are referred to as 'plats'.

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  • In Kent the orchards where the cob/filbert trees are grown are referred to as 'plats'.

    Kentish Cobnut Cake

  • Exclamations of satisfaction can be heard every night -- or nearly every night; for two nights ago (April 4) Wilson, who has proved a genius in the invention of "plats," almost ruined his reputation.

    The Voyages of Captain Scott : Retold from the Voyage of the Discovery and Scott's Last Expedition

  • Under state law, a project is born when early permits such as plats or master plans are filed with a city.

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  • It said a project is born when early permits such as plats or master plans are filed with a city.

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  • It said a project is born when early permits such as plats or master plans are filed with a city.

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  • C. 1. means “À Paris, desserte des plats constituant un benefice pour les plongeurs [Vol. 4, p. 502],” maybe something akin to leftovers.

    Manavalums

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