Simple Definition of plateful
: the amount of food that fills a plate
Full Definition of plateful
1 : a quantity to fill a plate; also : a generous helping
2 : a large number or amount <a plateful of problems>
Examples of plateful in a sentence
<a degree in that field would give you a plateful of possibilities for a career>
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Rhymes with plateful
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