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catcher the player who is behind the batter at home plate in baseball or softball. The catcher catches balls thrown by the pitcher.
dish a container for serving or holding food, such as a plate, cup, or bowl. [2/4 definitions]
disk a thin, round plate used to record data entered on a computer. Disks are often contained within a plastic case. [1/3 definitions]
etching a print made by using an etched metal plate.
foul line either of the lines on a baseball field drawn from home plate through first and third bases to the outfield. Foul lines mark the area within which fair play takes place. [1/2 definitions]
gong a large piece of metal shaped like a plate that makes a loud ringing sound when struck with a stick or hammer.
home home plate in baseball or softball. [1/9 definitions]
home plate a flat slab of hard rubber at which the batter stands in a baseball game. The base runner must touch home plate in order to score a run.
license plate a small metal sign on a car, truck, or other vehicle that usually has both numbers and letters. The license plate shows that it is legal to drive the vehicle on public roads.
microchip a tiny plate of silicon that holds many electronic parts. Microchips are used to run computers and other devices.
number plate the British word for a small metal sign on a car, truck, or other vehicle indicating that the vehicle is legal to drive on public roads. Number plate has the same meaning as license plate.
plaque a flat plate or tablet, with writing or decoration on it, that is hung on a wall. [1/2 definitions]
plate tectonics (used with a singular verb) a theory that scientists use to explain the movement of continents, the eruption of volcanoes, and other changes or events in the earth's geology. The theory of plate tectonics says that the earth's crust is made up of separate sections that are like very large plates. These sections move around constantly because they float on melted rock. The movement of these sections of the crust causes earthquakes.
turntable the round plate that holds and rotates the record on a record player. [2 definitions]