Definition for platform

noun as in stand or stage

Strongest matches

floor, podium, terrace

noun as in political stance, promises

Strongest matches

manifesto, plank, policy, principle, program

Strong matches

objectives, soapbox, stump, tenets

Weak match

party line

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Example Sentences

The platform is designed to track cannabis from seed to sale with a deep focus on compliance.

In fact, it’s one of the most popular ways to advertise products and business on the platform.

The Yelp report makes the shocking statement that 60% of businesses on the platform, that closed since March, are now permanently closed.

As the platform has changed over the last decade, so has the publisher’s understanding of what works.

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Facebook Shop has onboarded major e-commerce platforms, such as Shopify, to enable small businesses to feature products for direct purchase via in-feed ads.

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Kickstarter is one start-up platform that seems to have realized the danger.

He created his own crowd-funding platform for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), which has yet to be launched.

And it must make sure that the platform of debate where we can freely exchange ideas is safe and sound.

People using it effectively opened a secret channel on an a public platform.

Think of the embarrassing subway platform or mid-office “adjustment” debacles you could avoid!

A gentleman got out of a carriage before it stopped, and fell between the rail and the platform.

Analysis and practice in preparation are the steps over which we must climb to the platform of power.

No, Jack is not much to look at, except when he wakes up—I have seen him quite transfigured on the platform.

In the next place, as I can find no other persons who will come forward on my platform, I am bound to offer myself everywhere.

When I am an old maid I am going to mount the platform and preach the training of the voice in childhood.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to platform, such as: floor, podium, terrace, belvedere, dais, and pulpit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.