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plate

 (plāt)
n.
1. A smooth, flat, relatively thin, rigid body of uniform thickness.
2.
a. A sheet of hammered, rolled, or cast metal.
b. A very thin applied or deposited coat of metal.
3.
a. A flat piece of metal forming part of a machine: a boiler plate.
b. A flat piece of metal on which something is engraved.
c. A license plate: a car with Utah plates.
4.
a. A thin piece of metal used for armor.
b. Armor made of such pieces.
5. Printing
a. A sheet of metal, plastic, rubber, paperboard, or other material prepared for use as a printing surface, such as an electrotype or a stereotype.
b. A print of a woodcut, lithograph, or other engraved material, especially when reproduced in a book.
c. A full-page book illustration, often in color and printed on paper different from that used for text pages.
6. Photography A light-sensitive sheet of glass or metal on which a photographic image can be recorded.
7. Dentistry A thin metallic or plastic support fitted to the gums to anchor artificial teeth.
8. Architecture In wood-frame construction, a horizontal member that bears a load, as of a roof or a wall.
9. Baseball Home plate.
10.
a. A shallow dish in which food is served or from which it is eaten.
b. The contents of such a dish: ate a plate of spaghetti.
c. A whole course served on such a dish.
11. Service and food for one person at a meal: dinner at a set price per plate.
12. Household articles, such as hollowware, covered with a precious metal, such as silver or gold.
13. A dish passed among the members of a group or congregation for the collection of offerings.
14. Sports
a. A dish, cup, or other article of silver or gold offered as a prize.
b. A contest, especially a horserace, offering such a prize.
15. A thin cut of beef from underneath the ribs, including the diaphragm muscle.
16. Biology
a. A thin flat layer or scale, as that of a fish.
b. A platelike part, organ, or structure, such as that covering some reptiles.
17. Electricity
a. An electrode, as in a storage battery or capacitor.
b. The anode in an electron tube.
18. Geology See tectonic plate.
19. Informal A schedule of matters to be dealt with: had a lot on my plate at work after vacation.
tr.v. plat·ed, plat·ing, plates
1. To coat or cover with a thin layer of metal.
2. To cover with armor plate: plate a warship.
3. Printing To make a stereotype or electrotype from.
4. To give a glossy finish to (paper) by pressing between metal sheets or rollers.
5. To arrange (food) on a plate, as for serving: "a choice of starters, entrées, and desserts plated just as they will appear when ordered" (John Edward Young).
6. Baseball To cause (a run) to be scored or (a runner) to cross home plate, as by a hit.

[Middle English, from Old French, from feminine of plat, flat, from Vulgar Latin *plattus, from Greek platus; see plat- in Indo-European roots.]

plat′er n.

plate

(pleɪt)
n
1. (Cookery)
a. a shallow usually circular dish made of porcelain, earthenware, glass, etc, on which food is served or from which food is eaten
b. (as modifier): a plate rack.
2. (Cookery)
a. Also called: plateful the contents of a plate or the amount a plate will hold
b. Austral and NZ a plate of cakes, sandwiches, etc, brought by a guest to a party: everyone was asked to bring a plate.
3. (Cookery) an entire course of a meal: a cold plate.
4. (Ecclesiastical Terms) any shallow or flat receptacle, esp for receiving a collection in church
5. (Metallurgy) flat metal of uniform thickness obtained by rolling, usually having a thickness greater than about three millimetres
6. (Metallurgy) a thin coating of metal usually on another metal, as produced by electrodeposition, chemical action, etc
7. metal or metalware that has been coated in this way, esp with gold or silver: Sheffield plate.
8. dishes, cutlery, etc, made of gold or silver
9. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a sheet of metal, plastic, rubber, etc, having a printing surface produced by a process such as stereotyping, moulding, or photographic deposition
10. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a print taken from such a sheet or from a woodcut, esp when appearing in a book
11. a thin flat sheet of a substance, such as metal or glass
12. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) armour made of overlapping or articulated pieces of thin metal
13. (Photography) photog
a. a sheet of glass, or sometimes metal, coated with photographic emulsion on which an image can be formed by exposure to light
b. (as modifier): a plate camera.
14. (Medicine) an orthodontic device, esp one used for straightening children's teeth
15. (Dentistry) an informal word for denture1
16. (Anatomy) anatomy any flat platelike structure or part
17. (General Sporting Terms)
a. a cup or trophy awarded to the winner of a sporting contest, esp a horse race
b. a race or contest for such a prize
18. (Geological Science) any of the rigid layers of the earth's lithosphere of which there are believed to be at least 15. See also plate tectonics
19. (Electronics) electronics
a. chiefly US the anode in an electronic valve
b. an electrode in an accumulator or capacitor
20. (Building) a horizontal timber joist that supports rafters or studs
21. (Horse Racing) a light horseshoe for flat racing
22. (Cookery) a thin cut of beef from the brisket
23. (Railways) See plate rail
24. (Ecclesiastical Terms) RC Church Also called: Communion plate a flat plate held under the chin of a communicant in order to catch any fragments of the consecrated Host
25. (Currencies) archaic a coin, esp one made of silver
26. a full plate a large and onerous amount of work
27. on a plate in such a way as to be acquired without further trouble: he was handed the job on a plate.
28. on one's plate waiting to be done or dealt with: he has a lot on his plate at the moment.
vb (tr)
29. (Metallurgy) to coat (a surface, usually metal) with a thin layer of other metal by electrolysis, chemical reaction, etc
30. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) to cover with metal plates, as for protection
31. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing to make a stereotype or electrotype from (type or another plate)
32. to form (metal) into plate, esp by rolling
33. to give a glossy finish to (paper) by calendering
34. (Biology) to grow (microorganisms) in a culture medium
[C13: from Old French: thin metal sheet, something flat, from Vulgar Latin plattus (unattested); related to Greek platus flat]

Plate

(pleɪt)
n
(Placename) River Plate the English name for the (Río de la) Plata

plate

(pleɪt)

n., v. plat•ed, plat•ing. n.
1. a shallow, usu. circular dish from which food is eaten.
2. the contents of such a dish; plateful.
3. an entire course of a meal served on such a dish: a vegetable plate.
4. the food and service for one person, as at a catered meal: a dinner at $100 a plate.
5.
a. dishes, utensils, etc., of metal plated with gold or silver.
b. dishes, utensils, etc., made of gold or silver.
6. a dish for collecting offerings, as in a church.
7. a thin, flat sheet or piece of metal or other material, esp. of uniform thickness.
8. metal in such sheets.
9. a flat, polished piece of metal on which something may be or is engraved.
11. a flat or curved sheet, usu. of metal, plastic, or glass, on which a picture or text has been engraved, etched, molded, photographically developed, or drawn, to be inked, as in a press, for printing impressions on other surfaces.
12. a printed impression from such a piece or from some similar piece, as a woodcut.
13. a full-page illustration in a book, esp. on paper different from the text pages.
14. any of the flat metal pieces used in armor.
16.
a. the part of a denture that conforms to the mouth and contains the teeth.
b. the entire denture.
17. Baseball.
a. the plate, home plate.
18. a sheet, usu. of glass or metal, coated with a sensitized emulsion, used for taking a photograph.
19. a platelike body part, structure, or organ.
20. a cut of beef from the lower end of the ribs.
21. any of a number of rigid sections of the earth's crust, movement of which gives rise to continental drift.
22. one of the interior elements of a vacuum tube, toward which electrons are attracted by virtue of its positive charge; anode.
23. a horizontal timber or board laid flat to support joists, rafters, or studs at or near their ends.
24. a gold or silver cup or the like awarded as the prize in a horse race or other contest.
25. a horse race or other contest for such a prize.
v.t.
26. to coat (metal) with a thin film of gold, silver, nickel, etc., by mechanical or chemical means.
27. to cover or overlay with metal plates for protection.
28. to make a stereotype or electrotype plate from (type).
29. to give a high gloss to (paper), as on supercalendered paper.
Idioms:
have on one's plate, Informal. to have as an immediate obligation.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Old French: literally, something flat, n. use of feminine of plat flat1< Vulgar Latin *plattus, akin to Greek platýs broad, flat]

Plate

(pleɪt)
n.
River, English name of Río de la Plata.

plate

(plāt)
Noun
1. A thin, flat sheet of metal or other material, especially one used as an electrode in a storage battery or capacitor.
2. In plate tectonics, one of the sections of the Earth's lithosphere (crust and upper mantle) that is in constant motion along with other sections. See more at tectonic boundary.
Verb
To coat or cover with a thin layer of metal.

plate

  • assiette - A prepared dish of food, French for "plate, course of a meal."
  • dish, plate - Dish is a more general term and plate is more specialized.
  • plate - Etymologically, something "flat," from Latin plattus, "flat," and Greek platys, "broad."
  • placard - Comes from French plaquier, "to plate; lay flat."

plate

1. In cartography: a. a printing plate of zinc, aluminum, or engraved copper; b. collective term for all "states" of an engraved map reproduced from the same engraved printing plate; c. all detail to appear on a map or chart which will be reproduced from a single printing plate (e.g., the "blue plate" or the "contour plate").
2. In photography, a transparent medium, usually glass, coated with a photographic emulsion. See also diapositive.

Plate

 tableware collectively.

plate


Past participle: plated
Gerund: plating

Imperative
plate
plate
Present
I plate
you plate
he/she/it plates
we plate
you plate
they plate
Preterite
I plated
you plated
he/she/it plated
we plated
you plated
they plated
Present Continuous
I am plating
you are plating
he/she/it is plating
we are plating
you are plating
they are plating
Present Perfect
I have plated
you have plated
he/she/it has plated
we have plated
you have plated
they have plated
Past Continuous
I was plating
you were plating
he/she/it was plating
we were plating
you were plating
they were plating
Past Perfect
I had plated
you had plated
he/she/it had plated
we had plated
you had plated
they had plated
Future
I will plate
you will plate
he/she/it will plate
we will plate
you will plate
they will plate
Future Perfect
I will have plated
you will have plated
he/she/it will have plated
we will have plated
you will have plated
they will have plated
Future Continuous
I will be plating
you will be plating
he/she/it will be plating
we will be plating
you will be plating
they will be plating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been plating
you have been plating
he/she/it has been plating
we have been plating
you have been plating
they have been plating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been plating
you will have been plating
he/she/it will have been plating
we will have been plating
you will have been plating
they will have been plating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been plating
you had been plating
he/she/it had been plating
we had been plating
you had been plating
they had been plating
Conditional
I would plate
you would plate
he/she/it would plate
we would plate
you would plate
they would plate
Past Conditional
I would have plated
you would have plated
he/she/it would have plated
we would have plated
you would have plated
they would have plated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.plate - (baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter standsplate - (baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands; it must be touched by a base runner in order to score; "he ruled that the runner failed to touch home"
baseball, baseball game - a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
bag, base - a place that the runner must touch before scoring; "he scrambled to get back to the bag"
2.plate - a sheet of metal or wood or glass or plasticplate - a sheet of metal or wood or glass or plastic
baffle, baffle board - a flat plate that controls or directs the flow of fluid or energy
cylinder head - a detachable plate that covers the closed end of a cylinder chamber in a reciprocating engine or pump
damper - a movable iron plate that regulates the draft in a stove or chimney or furnace
disk, disc - a flat circular plate
engraving - a block or plate or other hard surface that has been engraved
escutcheon - (nautical) a plate on a ship's stern on which the name is inscribed
fin keel - a metal plate projecting from the keel of a shallow vessel to give it greater lateral stability
fishplate - metal plate bolted along sides of two rails or beams
storage-battery grid, grid - a perforated or corrugated metal plate used in a storage battery as a conductor and support for the active material
gusset plate, gusset - a metal plate used to strengthen a joist
lamella - thin plate
license plate, numberplate - a plate mounted on the front and back of car and bearing the car's registration number
L-plate - a square plate bearing the letter L that is attached to both ends of a car to indicate that the driver is a learner
nameplate - a plate bearing a name
plate iron - a plate of iron
platen - the flat plate of a printing press that presses the paper against the type
plessimeter, pleximeter - a small thin metal plate held against the body and struck with a plexor in percussive examinations
flat solid, sheet - a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
tap - a small metal plate that attaches to the toe or heel of a shoe (as in tap dancing)
3.plate - a full-page illustration (usually on slick paper)
fashion plate - a plate illustrating the latest fashion in dress
illustration - a visual representation (a picture or diagram) that is used make some subject more pleasing or easier to understand
4.plate - dish on which food is served or from which food is eaten
dessert plate - a small plate on which dessert can be served
dinner plate - a plate from which a diner eats during the main course of a meal
flatware - tableware that is relatively flat and fashioned as a single piece
paper plate - a disposable plate made of cardboard
salad bowl, salad plate - a plate or bowl for individual servings of salad
soup plate - a deep plate with a wide rim
steel plate - a plate of steel
5.plate - the quantity contained in a plateplate - the quantity contained in a plate  
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
6.plate - a rigid layer of the Earth's crust that is believed to drift slowly
crust, Earth's crust - the outer layer of the Earth
7.plate - the thin under portion of the forequarter
cut of beef - cut of meat from beef cattle
8.plate - a main course served on a plate; "a vegetable plate"; "the blue plate special"
entree, main course - the principal dish of a meal
9.plate - any flat platelike body structure or part
operculum - a hard flap serving as a cover for (a) the gill slits in fishes or (b) the opening of the shell in certain gastropods when the body is retracted
comb - ciliated comb-like swimming plate of a ctenophore
anatomical structure, bodily structure, body structure, complex body part, structure - a particular complex anatomical part of a living thing; "he has good bone structure"
frill - (paleontology) a bony plate that curves upward behind the skull of many ceratopsian dinosaurs
lamina - a thin plate or layer (especially of bone or mineral)
10.plate - the positively charged electrode in a vacuum tube
anode - a positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device
electron tube, thermionic tube, thermionic vacuum tube, thermionic valve, vacuum tube, tube - electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
11.plate - a flat sheet of metal or glass on which a photographic image can be recordedplate - a flat sheet of metal or glass on which a photographic image can be recorded
quarter plate - a photographic plate measuring 3.25 inches by 4.25 inches
flat solid, sheet - a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
12.plate - structural member consisting of a horizontal beam that provides bearing and anchorage
structural member - support that is a constituent part of any structure or building
structure, construction - a thing constructed; a complex entity constructed of many parts; "the structure consisted of a series of arches"; "she wore her hair in an amazing construction of whirls and ribbons"
wall plate - plate (a timber along the top of a wall) to support the ends of joists, etc., and distribute the load
13.plate - a shallow receptacle for collection in churchplate - a shallow receptacle for collection in church
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
14.plate - a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)
armor plate, armor plating, armour plate, plate armor, plate armour - specially hardened steel plate used to protect fortifications or vehicles from enemy fire
horseshoe, shoe - U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
shell plating - the plates covering the frame of a steel ship and corresponding to the planking of a wooden ship
shield - a protective covering or structure
15.plate - a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teethplate - a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth
bridgework, bridge - a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth
dental appliance - a device to repair teeth or replace missing teeth
false teeth - a removable denture
partial denture - a denture replacing one or more teeth in a dental arch
Verb1.plate - coat with a layer of metal; "plate spoons with silver"
tin - prepare (a metal) for soldering or brazing by applying a thin layer of solder to the surface
coat, surface - put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface; "coat the cake with chocolate"
tin - plate with tin
silver - coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
nickel - plate with nickel; "nickel the plate"
electroplate - coat with metal by electrolysis; "electroplate the watch"
chrome, chromium-plate - plate with chromium; "chrome bathroom fixtures"
gold plate, goldplate, gold-plate - plate with gold; "goldplate a watch"
silverplate, silver-plate - plate with silver; "silverplate a watch"

plate

noun
1. platter, dish, dinner plate, salver, trencher (archaic) Scott piled his plate with food.
2. helping, course, serving, dish, portion, platter, plateful a huge plate of bacon and eggs
3. layer, panel, sheet, slab The beam is strengthened by a steel plate 6 millimetres thick.
4. plaque, sign, nameplate, door plate, cartouche a brass plate on his office door
5. illustration, picture, photograph, print, engraving, lithograph The book has 55 colour plates.
verb
1. coat, gild, laminate, face, cover, silver, nickel, overlay, electroplate, anodize, platinize small steel balls plated with chrome or gold
Translations
أداة مَعْدَنِيَّة لِحَفْر الأسْماءأدوات من الفِضَّة أو الذَّهَبصَحْنصَحْن مُسَطَّح من خَزَف الصّينيصَفيحَة مَعدَنِيَّه
talířštítekštočekstolní náčinítabule
tallerkendørskiltnegativpladepladeplanche
lautanenlevypäällystäätektoninen laatta
tanjirtanjur
tányér
diskurgervigómurljósmyndaplatamálmplatamunir meî silfur-/gullhúî
平皿
접시
brangūs dirbiniaibrangūs stalo reikmenysestampasmatricaplokštelė
apsudraboti/apzeltīti izstrādājumifotoplateilustrācijaklišejaplāksnīte
farfurie
plechpozlátený/postriebrený príbor/riadštočok
krožnik
tanjir
tallrikfatplatta
sahani
จาน
tabaktabakatakma damaktam sayfa resimfotoğraf klişesi
đĩa

plate

[pleɪt]
A. N
1. (= flat dish) → plato m; [of metal etc] → lámina f, plancha f; (for church collection) → platillo m; (= plateful) → plato m
to hand sth to sb on a plateofrecer algo a algn en bandeja (de plata)
to have a lot on one's plateestar muy atareado
2. (on cooker) → quemador m, fuego m; (= warming plate) → plancha f (eléctrica)
3. (= silverware etc) → vajilla f
gold/silver platevajilla f de oro/plata
4. (= plaque) (on wall, door) → placa f
5. [of microscope] → placa f
6. (Aut) (= number plate) → matrícula f, placa f
7. (= dental plate) → dentadura f (postiza)
8. (= book illustration) → lámina f, grabado m
9. (Geol) → placa f
10. (Horse racing) (= prize) → premio m
11. (US) (Baseball) → plato m
to go to the plateentrar a batear
12. plates (Brit) (= feet) → tachines mpl
B. VT
1. (with gold) → dorar; (with silver) → platear; (with nickel) → niquelar
see also chromium-plated
2. (with armour) → blindar
C. CPD plate armour, plate armor (US) Nblindaje m
plate glass Nvidrio m cilindrado, cristal m cilindrado (Sp), luna f
plate rack Nescurreplatos m inv
plate tectonics N (Geol) → tectónica f de placas
plate warmer Ncalentador m de platos

plate

[ˈpleɪt] n
(= dish) → assiette f
a plate of sandwiches → une assiette de sandwiches
to have enough on one's plate (fig)avoir bien assez à faire comme ça
to have a lot on one's plate (fig)avoir déjà trop à faire
to hand sth to sb on a plate (fig) (mainly British)offrir qch à qn sur un plateau
The presidency was handed to him on a plate → La présidence lui a été offerte sur un plateau.
(= sheet of metal) → plaque f
(= coated metal) → plaqué m
They aren't real gold, they're just plate → Ils ne sont pas en or massif, juste en plaqué.
(= dishes and cutlery) → vaisselle f
gold plate → vaisselle f d'or
silver plate → vaisselle f d'argent
(on door)plaque f
(PHOTOGRAPHY)plaque f
(TYPOGRAPHY)cliché m
(in book)gravure f
(AUTOMOBILES) (also number plate) → plaque f
(GEOLOGY)plaque f
(also dental plate) → appareil m (dentaire)

plate

n
(= flat dish, plateful, collection plate)Teller m; (= warming plate)Platte f; plate supper (US) → Tellergericht nt; a dinner at 45 dollars a plate (US) → ein Essen für or zu 45 Dollar pro Person; cold platekalte Platte; to have something handed to one on a plate (Brit fig inf) → etw auf einem Tablett serviert bekommen (inf); to have enough/a lot on one’s plate (fig inf)genug/viel am Hals haben (inf)
(= gold, silver)Silber und Gold nt; (= tableware)Tafelsilber/-gold nt; (= plated metal)vergoldetes/versilbertes Metall; (= plated articles, jewellery)Doublé nt, → plattierte Ware, Doublee nt; a piece of plateein Stück or Gegenstand aus Gold/Silber etc; (= plated article)ein vergoldeter/versilberter etc Gegenstand; it’s only platees ist bloß or nur vergoldet/versilbert etc
(Tech, Phot, Typ) → Platte f; (= name plate, number plate)Schild nt
(= illustration)Tafel f
(= dental plate)(Gaumen)platte f
(Racing) → Cup m, → Pokal m; (= race)Cup- or Pokalrennen nt
(Baseball: = home plate) → Gummiplatte f
vt shipbeplanken; (with armour-plating) → panzern; to plate something with gold/silver/nickeletw vergolden/versilbern/vernickeln

plate

:
plate glass
nTafelglas nt
plateholder
n (Phot) → Plattenkassette f
plate iron
n (Tech) → Eisenblech nt, → Walzeisen nt
platelayer
n (Brit Rail) → Streckenarbeiter(in) m(f)

plate

:
plate rack
n (Brit) → Geschirrständer m
plate tectonics
n sing (Geol) → Plattentektonik f
plate warmer
nWarmhalteplatte f

plate

[pleɪt]
1. n
a. (flat dish, plateful) → piatto; (for church collection) → piatto delle elemosine
to hand sb sth on a plate (fig) (fam) → offrire qc a qn su un piatto d'argento
to have a lot on one's plate (fig) (fam) → avere un sacco di cose da fare
b. gold/silver platevasellame m d'oro/d'argento; (electroplated) → metallo placcato in oro/in argento
c. (Phot) → lastra (Tech) → placca; (on door) → targa, targhetta (Aut) (number plate) → targa; (on cooker, hot plate) → piastra
d. (dental plate) → dentiera
e. (book illustration) → tavola (fuori testo)
f. (Geol) → zolla
g. (sheet of metal) → lamiera
h. (Typ) → cliché m inv
2. vt (gen) → placcare; (with gold) → dorare; (with silver) → argentare

plate

(pleit) noun
1. a shallow dish for holding food etc. china plates.
2. a sheet of metal etc. The ship was built of steel plates.
3. articles made of, or plated with, usually gold or silver. a collection of gold plate.
4. a flat piece of metal inscribed with eg a name, for fixing to a door, or with a design etc, for use in printing.
5. an illustration in a book, usually on glossy paper. The book has ten full-colour plates.
6. (also dental plate) a piece of plastic that fits in the mouth with false teeth attached to it.
7. a sheet of glass etc coated with a sensitive film, used in photography.
ˈplated adjective
covered with a thin layer of a different metal. gold-plated dishes.
ˈplateful noun
the complete contents of a plate. a plateful of potatoes; two platefuls of chips.
ˈplating noun
a thin covering of metal. silver-plating.
plate glass
a kind of glass made in thick sheets for windows, mirrors etc.

plate

صَحْن talíř tallerken Teller πιάτο plato lautanen assiette tanjur piatto 平皿 접시 bord tallerken talerz prato тарелка tallrik จาน tabak đĩa 盘子

plate

n. placa.
estructura lisa tal como una lámina ósea;
pieza de metal usada como soporte de una estructura.

plate

n (dent) prótesis f dental (form), dientes postizos, dentadura postiza; (surg) placa
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The 4ACC carton coding system uses a pusher plate system to pass cartons rapidly across a tabletop surface for coding before collating them for removal using a simple out-feed system.
Citations for two serious violations, each with a maximum proposed penalty of $7,000, were issued for failing to guard a pinch point at a hydraulic pusher plate, which exposed employees to amputation hazards and caused one of the injuries; and to ensure that employees performing lockout/tagout tasks applied and removed their own locks.
Full-length pusher plates or combination pusher plate with material grippers are available.