Examples of platform in a Sentence
He stepped up onto the platform and looked out into the audience.
She stepped off the train onto the platform.
Our train is boarding on platform 6.
The party adopted a new platform.
The company plans to use the show as a platform to launch the new soft drink.
Recent Examples of platform from the Web
The idea expanded to sports teams and universities, eventually resulting in INFLCR, which centers around a software platform that allows clients to connect recruits’, players’, coaches’ and team social media accounts all in one hub.
In other matters, the House also approved a resolution Thursday commissioning a state audit of a $94 million contract for an electronic insurance platform critics say sidestepped normal procedures.
It's not lost on Khan that his ascent has occurred in tandem with the rise of another Queens native—that guy in the oval office—who campaigned (and won) on a platform that would make the artist's own life immeasurably more difficult.
The new logo, which features the tribe's traditional ribbonwork art, is part of an awareness platform to broaden the recognition and pride in the relationship between the two Miamis.
Morris helped shepherd Opower, an Arlington, Virginia customer-engagement platform for utilities, from $10 million in yearly sales to an initial public offering in 2014 that valued the company at $1.2 billion.
The Future If a Senate populist such as Tom Cotton had run on Trump’s identical platform, but without Trump’s tweets and bombast, most of the Never Trumpers would have sighed but voted for him.
The Buddy Walk was developed by the National Down Syndrome Society in 1995 to celebrate October, National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and to provide an annual public platform for advocacy.
Regardless, Lawson said the president’s use of Twitter as an official platform is a conversation that should have been held in the White House a long time ago.
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Origin and Etymology of platform
First Known Use: 1535See Words from the same year
PLATFORM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of platform for English Language Learners
: a flat surface that is raised higher than the floor or ground and that people stand on when performing or speaking
: a flat area next to railroad tracks where people wait for a train or subway
: a usually raised structure that has a flat surface where people or machines do work
PLATFORM Defined for Kids
Definition of platform for Students
- We hurried to the train platform.
- Visitors can observe wildlife from a platform.
- The candidates discussed their party's platform.
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