English Hindi Dictionary & Translation

What is the meaning of Plate in Hindi?

Meaning of Plate in Hindi is :
तश्तरी

Definition of word plate

  • A smooth, flat, relatively thin, rigid body of uniform thickness. (noun)
  • A sheet of hammered, rolled, or cast metal. (noun)
  • A very thin applied or deposited coat of metal. (noun)
  • A flat piece of metal forming part of a machine: a boiler plate. (noun)
  • A flat piece of metal on which something is engraved. (noun)
  • A license plate. (noun)
  • A thin piece of metal used for armor. (noun)
  • Armor made of such pieces. (noun)
  • Printing A sheet of metal, plastic, rubber, paperboard, or other material prepared for use as a printing surface, such as an electrotype or a stereotype. (noun)
  • Printing A print of a woodcut, lithograph, or other engraved material, especially when reproduced in a book. (noun)
  • Printing A full-page book illustration, often in color and printed on paper different from that used on the text pages. (noun)
  • Photography A light-sensitive sheet of glass or metal on which a photographic image can be recorded. (noun)
  • Dentistry A thin metallic or plastic support fitted to the gums to anchor artificial teeth. (noun)
  • Architecture In wood-frame construction, a horizontal member, capping the exterior wall studs, upon which the roof rafters rest. (noun)
  • Baseball Home plate. (noun)
  • A shallow dish in which food is served or from which it is eaten. (noun)
  • The contents of such a dish: ate a plate of spaghetti. (noun)
  • A whole course served on such a dish. (noun)
  • Service and food for one person at a meal: dinner at a set price per plate. (noun)
  • Household articles, such as hollowware, covered with a precious metal, such as silver or gold. (noun)
  • A dish passed among the members of a group or congregation for the collection of offerings. (noun)
  • Sports A dish, cup, or other article of silver or gold offered as a prize. (noun)
  • Sports A contest, especially a horserace, offering such a prize. (noun)
  • A thin cut of beef from the brisket. (noun)
  • Biology A thin flat layer or scale, as that of a fish. (noun)
  • Biology A platelike part, organ, or structure, such as that covering some reptiles. (noun)
  • Electricity An electrode, as in a storage battery or capacitor. (noun)
  • Electricity The anode in an electron tube. (noun)
  • Geology In the theory of plate tectonics, one of the sections of the earth's lithosphere, constantly moving in relation to the other sections. (noun)
  • Informal A schedule of matters to be dealt with: had a lot on my plate at work after vacation. (noun)
  • To coat or cover with a thin layer of metal. (verb-transitive)
  • To cover with armor plate: plate a warship. (verb-transitive)
  • Printing To make a stereotype or electrotype from. (verb-transitive)
  • To give a glossy finish to (paper) by pressing between metal sheets or rollers. (verb-transitive)
  • To arrange (food) on a plate, as for serving: "a choice of starters, entrées, and desserts plated just as they will appear when ordered” ( John Edward Young). (verb-transitive)

Examples of word plate

  • I tipped over the name plate on his desk: Dr. Richard Salmon.
  • On display are sculptures in chocolate: a life size one of Ms. Brown's figure, of her diploma a masters in milk chocolate, a pair of her high heels and a name plate from her desk that identifies Ms. Brown as the "Chief Chocolate Officer" of M&M's.
  • Noticing the suit and tie, he spoke to me first, looking down his nose, as he did so, to the name plate on my breast pocket.
  • I said goodbye quickly to the metro editor, logged off my computer, placed my name plate in my bag and left.
  • According to the title plate, the video was shot by Canadian Force Combat Camera 8-9 July about 25 km west of Kandahar.

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