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  1. platform

    • IPA[ˈplatfɔːm]

    英式

    • n.
      a raised level surface on which people or things can stand;a raised floor or stage used by public speakers or performers so that they can be seen by their audience
    • noun: platform, plural noun: platforms

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    • 1. a raised level surface on which people or things can stand there are viewing platforms where visitors may gape at the chasm
    • a raised floor or stage used by public speakers or performers so that they can be seen by their audience he was a popular platform speaker she was good enough to earn her living on the concert platform 同義詞 stage, dais, stand, rostrum, podium, ... 更多
    • a raised structure along the side of a railway track where passengers get on and off trains at a station he walked along Platform 2
    • British the floor area at the entrance to a bus.
    • a raised structure standing in the sea from which oil or gas wells can be drilled or regulated offshore platforms
    • a raised structure or orbiting satellite from which rockets or missiles may be launched the launch platform orbiting weapons platforms
    • a standard for the hardware of a computer system, which determines what kinds of software it can run.
    • 2. the declared policy of a political party or group seeking election on a platform of low taxes 同義詞 policy, programme, party line, manifesto, plan, ... 更多
    • an opportunity to voice one's views or initiate action the forum will provide a platform for discussion of communication issues
    • 3. a shoe with very thick soles a pair of chunky platforms yellow platform shoes
    • v.
      prevent (a person holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive) from contributing to a ... dozens of other speakers have been no-platformed because they hold non-leftist opinions if we want to debate the limits of free speech within the law we can't really do that consistently by no-platforming extremists
    • n.
      a policy or stance whereby individuals holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive are ... there has been an increasingly fierce debate around no-platform policies on university campuses

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      prevent (a person holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive) from contributing to a ... dozens of other speakers have been no-platformed because they hold non-leftist opinions if we want to debate the limits of free speech within the law we can't really do that consistently by no-platforming extremists
    • n.
      a policy or stance whereby individuals holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive are ... there has been an increasingly fierce debate around no-platform policies on university campuses

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      able to be used on different types of computers or with different software packages: a cross-platform game

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    • n.
      a platform which houses equipment necessary to keep an oil or gas field in production, with ...

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    • n.
      a structure designed to stand on the seabed to provide a stable base above water for the ...

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    • n.
      a raised structure or orbiting satellite from which rockets or missiles may be launched: the rocket is moved to the launch pad on a mobile launch platform

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    • n.
      a platform housing equipment necessary to keep an oil or gas field in production, with ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      able to be used on different types of computers or with different software packages: a cross-platform game

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈplatfôrm]

    美式

    • n.
      a raised level surface on which people or things can stand: there are viewing platforms where visitors may gape at the chasm

    Oxford American Dictionary