See also: Platin and platín

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Etymology 1Edit

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platin (plural platins)

  1. (engineering) Alternative form of platen

Etymology 2Edit

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platin (plural platins)

  1. (medicine) Any platinum-based antineoplastic, of which class cisplatin is the archetypal member.

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platin m

  1. platinum

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platin n (singular definite platinet, not used in plural form)

  1. (uncountable) platinum (a metallic chemical element (symbol Pt) with atomic number 78)

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EtymologyEdit

From plat +‎ -in.

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platin m (plural platins)

  1. mudflat, a flat area of sandy or rocky land lying in the intertidal zone, and hence appearing at low tide
  2. (Louisiana, Cajun French) bottomland

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platin (definite accusative platini, uncountable)

  1. platinum

VietnameseEdit

Chemical element
Pt
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 platin on Vietnamese Wikipedia

EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from New Latin platinum, with the suffix -um removed as with most chemical elements.

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platin

  1. platinum (metal)
    Synonym: bạch kim

VolapükEdit

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platin (uncountable platins)

  1. platinum (metal)