noun a product of the steel industry used in making beams, large ships, pipelines, oil platforms and the like. Ranging in thickness from about 3-4mm up to 253mm, can be difficult to produce due to variety of chemical compositions and operator skill.
... and he really fucked up the last rolling of 5mm plate when he used the wrong trim for the roll gap and it cobbled into the thickness gauge.
by mandrake64 February 29, 2004
10 Words related to plate
Term used in the gym to indicate a 45-pound weight, used on an olympic barbell. Additionally, the term plate can be used to indicate another weight, when preceded by the number.
Ex1: Im benching 315 now! That's three plates on each side! ( 6x45 + 45 lb. bar )

Ex2: I bought a couple of 25 lb. plates for my home gym.

by TravisM April 01, 2006
An act of oral sex i.e. Fellatio/cunnylingus.
Oi slut, give me a plate!
by Bowlesy June 06, 2006
Cockney ryhming slang for feet. Derives from 'plates of meat'. As with all cockney rhyming slang, the rhyming part is not used in speech.
Christ look at the size of his plates (christ look at the size of his feet).
by C Webb May 07, 2006
A pound of marijuana.
Buyer: aye you got that?
Dealer: what you need?
Buyer: lemme get a plate
by Jakez September 30, 2012
Overall if a girl is flat; she could be flat chested or she could have a flat ass.

Front Plate - Flat Chested

Back Plate - Flat Ass
"the new girl is such a plate"

"the new girl is front plate"

"the new girl is back plate"
by Reider (helped no) February 18, 2014
noun plate: a person with rather wide and short male genetalia
verb to plate: what a plate likes to do with his 'plate' (if you catch me drift ;) )
'he was tunneling into you like thunderbird four with his plate!!!!'
'what a PLATE!!!'
by Julia Reynolds March 10, 2007
A section of the crust of the earth, which is cracked. Each plate moves slowly over a very viscous thick liquid called the mantle, which itself covers a liquid metal core and solid inner core, mostly made of iron and nickle. These plates are called "tectonic" plates. These types of plates may make contact with each other in various ways to cause earthquakes and form volcanoes, trenches and mountains.
"The earthquake was cause at the plate boundery." the seperation of the two plates. Plates fit together like a jigsaw
by Alegna Smith June 02, 2005

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