- [C]台,平台,讲台,舞台,戏台 level surface raised above the surrounding ground or floor, especially one from which public speakers, performers, etc. can be seen by their audience
- [C]站台,月台 a raised flat surface built along the side of the track at a railway station for travelers getting on or off a train
- [S]纲领,政纲,宣言 main policies and aims of a political party, especially as stated before an election; manifesto
a raised horizontal surface;
"the speaker mounted the platform"
a document stating the aims and principles of a political party;
"their candidate simply ignored the party platform"
"they won the election even though they offered no positive program"
the combination of a particular computer and a particular operating system
any military structure or vehicle bearing weapons
a woman's shoe with a very high thick sole
- Any train from this platform stops at Gatwick.
- He was walking up and down the station platform.
- Jane walked boldly up to the platform without faltering.
- A balcony is a platform with a wall.
- Please buy me a platform ticket.
- The party's platform is reducing taxes.
- They built a platform in the trees from which they could watch the animals unobserved.
- The speaker mounted the platform.
- This is the young pianist's first appearance on the concert platform.
- Your train is waiting at platform 5.
- He is running for mayor on a platform of low taxation.
Armed police guards stood on platforms surveying the workers.出自： P. Auster
- ☆ 1550年进入英语，直接源自中古法语的plate-forme，意为平台；最初源自古法语的plate （平的） + forme （形状），意为呈水平状的表面。