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Plate may refer to:
- Plate (dishware), a broad, mainly flat vessel on which food is served
- Silver (household) or the plate, dishware and cutlery made of sterling, Britannia, or Sheffield plate silver
- Plating, the deposition of metallic layers
- Plate electrode or plate, a type of electrode that formed part of a vacuum tube
- Plate, a physical approximation of a theoretical plate in separation processes
- Plate, an appendage of the Stegosauria
- Tectonic plate in geology
- Plate tectonics the movement of tectonic plates
- Petri plate
- Wilhelmy plate, used to measure equilibrium surface or interfacial tension at an air–liquid or liquid–liquid interface
- Photographic plate, an image-capture medium
- Plate, an intaglio printing medium
- Plate, a printing medium in lithography
- Plate or tipped-in page, a term in book design, meaning an image added on a separate page. This is derived from the practice of printing images from intaglio plates, separately from pages of text printed by letterpress.
- Plate (surname)
- Plate, Germany, a municipality in Parchim, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
- Plate (metal), rectangular metal stock that is more than 6 mm or 0.25 in thick
- To plate, to present food on a plate
- Plate, one of the forequarter cuts of beef
- Approach plate, in aviation
- Dynamic compression plate, a metallic plate used in orthopedics for internal fixation of bone
- L-plate, or learner plate, for a provisionally-licensed vehicle driver or motorcycle rider
- Face plate
- Folding plate, in a folding machine
- Home plate, in baseball
- Service Specific Front Plate
- Wall plate, vertical building-construction component
- Vehicle registration plate, or license plate
- "Plate" in weight lifting, typically refers to a plate weighing 45lbs/20kg.
- All pages beginning with "Plate"
- All pages with titles containing "Plate"
- River Plate (disambiguation)
- Plate armour, body armor made of metal plates
- Plate camera, early photographic cameras that used plates
- Plate theory, a continuum mechanics theory to explain thin solids
- Tourelle de la Plate, a lighthouse in France
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