\\ˈplakə̇t\ noun (-s)
Etymology: probably alteration of placard
1. archaic : an extra piece of armor worn over the lower part of the breast
2. archaic : a jacket or doublet lined with steel splints : brigandine

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Placcate — see Plackard …   Medieval glossary

  • placcate — plac·cate …   English syllables

  • placate — placate1 placater, n. placation /play kay sheuhn/, n. /play kayt, plak ayt/, v.t., placated, placating. to appease or pacify, esp. by concessions or conciliatory gestures: to placate an outraged citizenry. [1670 80; < L placatus ptp. of placare… …   Universalium

  • placcato — pl.m. placcati sing.f. placcata pl.f. placcate …   Dizionario dei sinonimi e contrari

  • plaquet — obs. form of placcate …   Useful english dictionary

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