plater

noun
plat·​er | \ ˈplā-tər How to pronounce plater (audio) \

Definition of plater

1 : one that plates
2a : a horse that runs chiefly in plate races
b : a racehorse that competes in the lowest grade of races

Examples of plater in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web After discharge from the Navy, Fred worked for United Technologies (Pratt and Whitney Aircraft) in East Hartford, CT for 36 years as a jet engine plater. courant.com, "Fernand Victor Coderre," 12 Nov. 2019 Abolishing the second license plate is a long-standing fight in the Ohio Statehouse, a fight anti-front platers seemingly and finally won earlier this year after years of disappointment. Andrew J. Tobias, cleveland.com, "State lawmakers, police groups attempting rescue of Ohio’s front license plate requirement," 29 July 2019 Aside from the deserved media-frenzy surrounding Kane's wonder strike, there was a lot to admire about the performance, notably the impact of the young platers like Troy Parrott. SI.com, "Tottenham vs Manchester United Preview: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team News," 23 July 2019 Features of the house include wood crown moldings and his signature plater relief crown of grapes, vines, and scroll in the dining room. Micah Walker, Detroit Free Press, "Palmer Woods: A guide to Detroit neighborhood's history, architecture," 12 Oct. 2017 The move not only will boost seating and overall visibility at the two-year-old small-plater. Michael Klein, Philly.com, "Helm crew to take over Aldine space in Rittenhouse," 4 June 2018 Irwin’s, a Mediterranean/Middle Eastern small-plater/lounge, is looking at late spring on the eighth floor of the Bok Building at Ninth and Mifflin Streets in South Philadelphia. Michael Klein, Philly.com, "New restaurants heat up the Philly region," 13 Apr. 2018 DiFronzo was born in Italy and moved with his father, Michael, a metal plater, and his mother, Delores, to Chicago in the mid-1930s. Bob Goldsborough, chicagotribune.com, "Reputed Chicago Outfit boss John DiFronzo dies at 89," 30 May 2018 Transfer to a plater and let cool slightly before breaking into large pieces. Rick Martinez, Bon Appetit, "Grilled Beef with Broccoli," 19 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of plater

1719, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Plater.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/plater. Accessed 29 Feb. 2020.

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