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plat

1plat

verb \ˈplat\
plat·tedplat·ting

Definition of PLAT

transitive verb
:  plait

Origin of PLAT

Middle English, alteration of plaiten
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Fashion Terms

bodkin, chignon, cowlick, eau de toilette, imperial, pocket, pomander, tonsorial

2plat

noun

Definition of PLAT

:  plait

First Known Use of PLAT

14th century

Other Fashion Terms

bodkin, chignon, cowlick, eau de toilette, imperial, pocket, pomander, tonsorial

3plat

noun

Definition of PLAT

1
:  a small piece of ground (as a lot or quadrat) :  plot
2
:  a plan, map, or chart of a piece of land with actual or proposed features (as lots); also :  the land represented

Origin of PLAT

Middle English, probably alteration of plot
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Cartography Terms

Robinson projection, benchmark, projection, topography

4plat

verb
plat·tedplat·ting

Definition of PLAT

transitive verb
:  to make a plat of

First Known Use of PLAT

1751

Other Cartography Terms

Robinson projection, benchmark, plat, projection, topography

5plat

abbreviation

Definition of PLAT

Other Geology Terms

anthracite, boulder, cwm, erratic, igneous, intrusive, mesa, sedimentary, silt, swale

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