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altar a raised table or platform used for religious ceremonies.
balcony a platform with a low wall or railing that extends from the outside of a building. [1/2 definitions]
bridge1 a high platform on a ship. The captain guides or controls the ship from the bridge. [1/4 definitions]
crow's-nest a small platform near the top of a ship's mast. A person stands in the crow's-nest to see what is happening on and around the ship.
dais a raised platform for speakers or the seating of special guests.
deck an outdoor floor or platform that looks like the deck of a ship. [1/4 definitions]
diver a person who dives into water from a board or platform. [1/2 definitions]
dock1 a raised platform that is built out into the water, or the water between two such platforms. [2/5 definitions]
elevator a platform or a small room used to raise and lower people or goods from one level or floor to another in a building. [1/2 definitions]
flatcar a railroad car with a flat platform and no walls or roof.
float a platform with decorations and displays that is usually on wheels and is used in a parade. [1/4 definitions]
jetty1 a platform built where ships can dock; wharf. [1/2 definitions]
launch pad the platform or base from which a rocket or missile is launched.
merry-go-round a round platform that turns by the power of a machine and has seats in the form of animals that go up and down on poles. People pay for rides on a merry-go-round.
minaret a tall, thin tower on a mosque. A minaret has a platform near the top from which a person calls Muslims to prayer.
pad1 a flat platform for landing or taking off. [1/7 definitions]
porch an open platform with a roof that serves as the back or front entrance of a house. [1/2 definitions]
pulpit the raised platform in a house of worship where a member of the clergy stands to speak to the gathered people.
raft1 a flat platform made of materials that can float, such as wood or barrels filled with air. Rafts are often used to carry people or goods. [1/3 definitions]
ramp a sloping platform or other surface connecting two different levels.
runway a narrow platform attached to a stage. Models and actors walk on runways to be closer to the audience. [1/2 definitions]