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platform
American English: /ˈplætfɔrm/
British English: /ˈplatfɔːm/

Translation of platform in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (Politics) 2.1 (opportunity to air views) 2.2 (program)
    Example sentences
    • I also say a big thank you to the people in the Labour Party who accepted this measure as a policy platform at the last election.
    • The 1964 platform of the Republican Party did allow tax credits for those burdened by the costs of higher education.
    • The Party platform and election policy are the items of faith upon which trade unions and their members commit to work for the election of Labor Governments.
    Example sentences
    • Under Russia's media laws it is prohibited to give terrorists a platform to voice their views.
    • They also provide an employee with an opportunity to clear the air, express opinions about how their own expectations have or have not been met, and provide a platform for them to voice any grievances.
    • This new programme will deal with topical issues and news stories of the day and provide a platform for listeners' views.
  • 4
    Example sentences
    • The days of multiple hardware platforms and operating systems working with multiple databases and software configurations within one enterprise are coming to a close.
    • We plan to support more hardware platforms and operating systems.
    • One aspect of using hardware platforms for enabling software is that it inevitably requires porting of existing software solutions onto the platform.

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