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  • noun
    plural -forms
    [count] a flat surface that is raised higher than the floor or ground and that people stand on when performing or speaking
    a raised wooden platform
    He stepped up onto the platform and looked out into the audience.
    a flat area next to railroad tracks where people wait for a train or subway
    She stepped off the train onto the platform.
    Our train is boarding on platform 6.
    a usually raised structure that has a flat surface where people or machines do work
    a viewing/observation platform
    the official beliefs and goals of a political party or candidate
    The party adopted a new platform.
    something that allows someone to tell a large number of people about an idea, product, etc.
    The company plans to use the show as a platform to launch the new soft drink.
    a shoe with a very thick sole - usually plural
    In the 1970swe all wore platforms and bell-bottom pants. - called also platform shoe
    computers :a program or set of programs that controls the way a computer works and runs other programs :operating system