Definition of Platers

1. Noun. (plural of plater) ¹



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Definition of Platers

1. plater [n] - See also: plater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Platers

platelike atelectasis
platels
platemaker
platemakers
platemaking
platemakings
plateman
platemen
platen
platencin
platens
platensimycin
plateosaurus
plater
plateresque
platers (current term)
plates
plates of meat
platesful
platetrope
plateway
plateways
platey
platform
platform bed
platform boot
platform boots
platform game
platform games
platform rocker

Literary usage of Platers

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1. The Western Front: Drawingsby Muirhead Bone by Muirhead Bone (1917)
"... THE platers' SHED This is where the frames of the ship are cambered, or bent to the required curve, which is indicated by marks on the iron floor. ..."

2. A Complete Treatise on the Electro-deposition of Metals: Comprising Electro by Georg Langbein (1909)
"X. A fairly good nickel-bath for electro-platers having but a feeble current at their disposal is obtained from a solution of nickel-ammonium sulphate 22^ ..."

3. The Technical History of Commerce: Or, Skilled Labour Applied to Production by John Yeats (1878)
"Machinery of the most ingenious description has been employed in every process of the manufacture, and has greatly extended the trade. EMBOSSERS AND platers ..."

4. Historical Notices of Old Belfast and Its Vicinity: A Selection from the Mss by Anna M'Cleery, William Pinkerton, O'Mellan (1896)
"... platers. COPIES OF ANTIQUE PLATE MADE ON THE PREMISES. Family and Antique Plate repaired and renewed, with all old characteristics preserved ARMS, ..."

5. The Western Front: Drawingsby Muirhead Bone by Muirhead Bone (1917)
"... THE platers' SHED This is where the frames of the ship are cambered, or bent to the required curve, which is indicated by marks on the iron floor. ..."

6. A Complete Treatise on the Electro-deposition of Metals: Comprising Electro by Georg Langbein (1909)
"X. A fairly good nickel-bath for electro-platers having but a feeble current at their disposal is obtained from a solution of nickel-ammonium sulphate 22^ ..."

7. The Technical History of Commerce: Or, Skilled Labour Applied to Production by John Yeats (1878)
"Machinery of the most ingenious description has been employed in every process of the manufacture, and has greatly extended the trade. EMBOSSERS AND platers ..."

8. Historical Notices of Old Belfast and Its Vicinity: A Selection from the Mss by Anna M'Cleery, William Pinkerton, O'Mellan (1896)
"... platers. COPIES OF ANTIQUE PLATE MADE ON THE PREMISES. Family and Antique Plate repaired and renewed, with all old characteristics preserved ARMS, ..."

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