plate

pleɪt

Перевод:

Noun: тарелка пластинка табличка лист
Verb: плющить плакировать обшивать металлическим листом лудить

Фразы:

bread plate - тарелка для хлеба, хлебница

reinforced concrete plate - железобетонная плита

to plate the crystal - металлизировать кристалл

figured rolled plate - прокатное стекло с рисунком

plate glass - зеркальное стекло

to lick a plate - облизать тарелку

oral plate - ротовая пластинка

cake plate - пирожковая тарелка, десертная тарелка

dinner plate - мелкая тарелка / обеденная тарелка

licence plate lamp - лампа номерного знака

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Примеры:

Give me that plate, please. - Дай мне, пожалуйста, ту тарелку.

The plates were piled high with rice. - Тарелки были с горой наполнены рисом.

I ate a salad and a plate of spaghetti. - Я съел какой-то салат и тарелку спагетти.

The dog licked at the plate. - Собака вылизала миску.

She piled potatoes on his plate. - Она навалила ему в тарелку картошки.

She shoved her plate aside. - Она отодвинула / отпихнула тарелку в сторону.

A plate of polished iron or steel. - Лист отшлифованного железа или стали.

There were chips on the rim of the plate. - На краю тарелки лежали чипсы.

the numbers and letters on a license plate - цифры и буквы на номерном знаке

A shiny metal plate was screwed to the door. - Блестящая металлическая пластина была привинчена к двери.

The plate fragmented. - Тарелка разбилась на куски.

The plate was hot to the touch. - Тарелка была горячей наощупь.

The plate had a tiny chip in the edge. - На ободке тарелки была крошечная щербинка.

She stared glumly at her plate. - Она хмуро уставилась в свою тарелку.

Sugar rimmed the dessert plate. - Ободок десертной тарелки был в сахаре.

He mounded the food onto his plate. - Он ссыпал еду на свою тарелку.

I nudged the plate closer to him. - Я пододвинул к нему тарелку.

He had his name indented on a tin plate. - Его имя было высечено на оловянной пластинке.

He's eaten a whole plate of french fries. - Он съел целую тарелку картошки фри.

The plate shattered when it hit the floor. - Ударившись об пол, тарелка разлетелась вдребезги.

She dolloped some ice-cream onto my plate. - Она положила мне в тарелку немного мороженого.

The brass plate on the door said 'Dr Rackman'. - Медная табличка на двери гласила : "Доктор Рэкмэн".

A new edition of the book has 55 colour plates. - В новом издании этой книги 55 цветных иллюстраций.

slop the food onto the plate - плеснуть еду на тарелку

Turn the flour onto a plate. - Высыпьте муку на тарелку.

a plate of cheese and crackers - тарелка с сыром и крекерами

a broad red border on each plate - широкая красная кайма на каждой тарелке

His fork clanged against the plate. - Его вилка звонко стукнула о тарелку.

He devoured everything on his plate. - Он быстро проглотил всё что было на его тарелке.

a bronze plate with gold ornamentation - бронзовая пластинка с золотым орнаментом

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Связанные термины:

L-plate: In Britain, L-plates are signs with a red 'L' on them which you attach to a car to warn other drivers that you are a learner.

T-plate: a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc

dry plate: a glass photographic plate coated with a sensitive emulsion of silver bromide and silver iodide in gelatin

end plate: the area of specialized tissue that forms the junction between an individual muscle fiber and its motor nerve

hot plate: a small, portable device for cooking food, usually with only one or two gas or electric burners

pie plate: a shallow metal or glass dish with sloping sides, used for cooking a pie

plate up: to put food on a plate, ready for serving

tea plate: a small plate sometimes placed to the side of a dinner plate, used for bread, cake, etc

tee-plate: a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc

tin plate: thin steel sheet coated with a layer of tin that protects the steel from corrosion

angle plate: a steel structural plate, esp one in the shape of a right-angled triangle, used to connect structural members and stiffen frameworks

armor plate: a protective covering of specially hardened steel plates, as on a tank

blue plate: a plate, often decorated with a blue willow pattern, divided by ridges into sections for holding apart several kinds of food

brass plate: an alloy of copper and zinc containing more than 50 per cent of copper. Alpha brass (containing less than 35 per cent of zinc) is used for most engineering materials requiring forging, pressing, etc. Alpha-beta brass (35–45 per cent zinc) is used for hot working and extrusion . Beta brass (45–50 per cent zinc) is used for castings . Small amounts of other metals, such as lead or tin, may be added

bread plate: A bread plate is a small plate for bread that you eat along with your main meal .

butt plate: a plate made usually of metal and attached to the butt end of a gunstock

echo plate: (in sound recording or broadcasting ) an electromechanical device for producing echo and reverberation effects

gold plate: a thin coating of gold, usually produced by electroplating

half-plate: a size of plate measuring 6 1 ⁄ 2 × 4 1 ⁄ 4 inches

home plate: a flat often five-sided piece of hard rubber or other material that serves to define the area over which the pitcher must throw the ball for a strike and that a base runner must safely reach on the way from third base to score a run

kick plate: a metal plate fastened to the bottom of a door to resist blows and scratches

nave plate: a metal cap fitting onto the hub of a wheel, esp a stainless steel or chromium-plated one

Nazca Plate: a tectonic division of the earth's crust, coincident with the suboceanic Peru Basin, and bounded on the north by the Cocos Plate, separated from the South American Plate by the Peru-Chile Trench, from the Pacific Plate by the East Pacific Rise, and from the Antarctic Plate by the Chile Rise

paper plate: a disposable plate made from paper and used for eating from

petri plate: a petri dish containing culture medium

plate block: a block of postage stamps with a serial number ( plate number ) in the margin

plate glass: Plate glass is thick glass made in large, flat pieces, which is used especially to make large windows and doors .

plate rack: a rack where you put plates after you have washed them or to store them

plate rail: an early flat rail with an extended flange on its outer edge to retain wheels on the track

River Plate: → the English name for the (Río de la) Plata

salad plate: a small plate used chiefly for serving an individual portion of salad

screw plate: a steel plate with threaded holes used for making male screws

side plate: a small plate used for bread or other accompaniments to a meal

soup plate: A soup plate is a deep plate with a wide edge in which soup is served .

spot plate: a flat ceramic or plastic plate containing small wells on which spot tests are made

swash plate: a collar or face plate on a shaft that is inclined at an oblique angle to the axis of rotation and either imparts reciprocating motion to push rods parallel to the shaft axis as in a swash plate pump or, conversely, converts reciprocating motion to rotation as in a swash plate motor

terne plate: an alloy of lead containing tin (10–20 per cent ) and antimony (1.5–2 per cent)

trade plate: a numberplate attached temporarily to a vehicle by a dealer, etc, before the vehicle has been registered

wall plate: a horizontal timber member placed along the top of a wall to support the ends of joists, rafters, etc, and distribute the load

African Plate: a major tectonic division of the earth's crust, comprising the African continent as well as adjacent ocean basins (the Canary, Cape Verde, Angola, Cape Agulhas, Somali, Madagascar, and Natal Basins), and bounded on the north by the Eurasian and Arabian Plates, on the east by mid-ocean ridges (the Southwest Indian, Mid-Indian, and Carlsberg Ridges), on the south by the Antarctic Plate, and on the west by the Mid-Atlantic Ridge

armour plate: a tough heavy steel, usually containing chromium, nickel, and molybdenum and often hardened on the surface, used for protecting warships, tanks, etc

baffle plate: a plate or mechanical device designed to restrain or regulate the flow of a fluid, the emission of light or sound, or the distribution of sound, esp in a loudspeaker or microphone

batten plate: (in structural design) a horizontal rectangular plate that is used to connect pairs of steel sections by being riveted or welded across them to form a composite section

center plate: one of a pair of plates that fit together and support the body of a car on a truck, while allowing the truck to rotate with respect to the body. One plate ( body center plate ) is attached to the underside of the car body and the other ( truck center plate ) is part of the car truck

clutch plate: a plate in a vehicle's clutch that connects to the transmission

dental plate: → another name for dentures (sense 1 )

dinner plate: a plate used for eating dinner

fashion plate: an illustration of the latest fashion in dress

futtock plate: a horizontal metal disc fixed at the top of a lower mast for holding the futtock shrouds

glacis plate: the frontal plate armour on a tank

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Однокоренные слова:

platan - платан, плоскость
plateful - полная тарелка
platen - валик, стол, столик, тигель
plater - лудильщик
plating - золочение, листовая обшивка, покрытие металлом, серебрение, никелировка
plated - обшитый металлическим листом, покрывать металлом
platelike - пластинчатый, подобный тарелке, листовая стали
platy - плоский, с крупносланцеватой или, меченосец

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