A raised level surface on which people or things can stand
he made a speech from the platform
A structure designed to stand on the seabed to provide a stable base above water for drilling and servicing oil wells
A bed consisting of a mattress supported by a platform, which sometimes contains drawers for storage
The open body of a truck, trailer, or other vehicle, having low or no sides.
A low four-wheeled flatcar, used especially for transporting heavy articles.
A type of video game featuring two-dimensional graphics in which the player controls a character jumping or climbing between solid platforms at different positions on the screen
Any of the piles or columns supporting the platform of an offshore oil rig.
A shoe with a platform sole.
A very thick sole on a shoe.
A yard in which oil platforms are built.
= reef flat.
Able to be used on different types of computers or with different software packages
A raised structure or orbiting satellite from which rockets or missiles may be launched
= moving pavement.
A manifesto; the issues on which a political party fights an election.
A crane mounted on a truck, originally in use on railways.
The group of officials or distinguished persons who sit on the platform at a ceremony or a meeting; (formerly) †a political party united on a set of policies (obsolete).
Any of the principal policies making up the electoral platform of a political party.
A rocking chair with a fixed stationary base.
A sandal with a platform sole.
A weighing machine with a platform on which the object to be weighed is placed.
Having a platform sole.
A stage area in front of the proscenium arch or projecting into the auditorium.
A form of paddle tennis played on a platform, usually of wood, enclosed by a wire fence.
A ticket allowing a non-traveller access to a railway station platform
A railway wagon or road transport vehicle with a platform body.
= platform car.
A female public speaker.
= space station.
A platform at a railway station; = platform.
= wave-cut platform.
A platform for helicopters to land on and take off from
A gun carriage used as a firing platform.
= platform scale.
A flat surface at the base of sea cliffs produced by the erosive action of the waves; also called abrasion platform, shore platform, marine terrace.
A platform housing equipment necessary to keep an oil or gas field in production, with facilities for temporarily storing the output of several wells
= platform tennis.
Denoting or relating to hardware or software that is compatible with many types of platforms or operating systems