Definition of Platemaker

1. Noun. One who produces plates (printing surfaces). ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Platemaker

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Platemaker

platelet function test
platelet glycoprotein gpiib-iiia complex
platelet membrane glycoproteins
platelet storage pool deficiency
platelet thrombosis
platelet tissue factor
platelet transfusion
plateletphereses
plateletpheresis
platelets
platelike
platelike atelectasis
platels
platemaker (current term)
platemakers
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plateman
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platencin
platens
platensimycin
plateosaurus
plater
plateresque
platers
plates

Literary usage of Platemaker

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1. The Annals of Bristol in the Seventeenth Century by John Latimer (1900)
"At a meeting of the Council in September, three men, one of them a " platemaker," meaning probably a silversmith, were admitted to the freedom on payment of ..."

2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1897)
"The advantages of high speed are so great in practice that the constant aim of the platemaker must be to produce the greatest possible density-giving powers ..."

3. The Staffordshire Potter by Harold Owen (1901)
"Instead of the platemaker holding the tool in his hands, the profile, or tool, is fixed upon the lever, and the man, by pulling a handle, brings the tool ..."

4. Wilson's Quarter Century in Photography: A Collection of Hints on Practical by Edward Livingston Wilson (1887)
"The number of changes lie may can* is the alum and hypo, and conies out a ghost—past all patching, and our "immature" worker then goes for the platemaker ..."

5. Wilson's Quarter Century in Photography: A Collection of Hints on Practical by Edward Livingston Wilson (1887)
"I am quite sure that I get better results than by a shorter exposure and full strength of normal developer given by the platemaker; of course, ..."

6. The Annals of Bristol in the Seventeenth Century by John Latimer (1900)
"At a meeting of the Council in September, three men, one of them a " platemaker," meaning probably a silversmith, were admitted to the freedom on payment of ..."

7. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1897)
"The advantages of high speed are so great in practice that the constant aim of the platemaker must be to produce the greatest possible density-giving powers ..."

8. The Staffordshire Potter by Harold Owen (1901)
"Instead of the platemaker holding the tool in his hands, the profile, or tool, is fixed upon the lever, and the man, by pulling a handle, brings the tool ..."

9. Wilson's Quarter Century in Photography: A Collection of Hints on Practical by Edward Livingston Wilson (1887)
"The number of changes lie may can* is the alum and hypo, and conies out a ghost—past all patching, and our "immature" worker then goes for the platemaker ..."

10. Wilson's Quarter Century in Photography: A Collection of Hints on Practical by Edward Livingston Wilson (1887)
"I am quite sure that I get better results than by a shorter exposure and full strength of normal developer given by the platemaker; of course, ..."

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