nameplate
noun Date: circa 1859 something (as a plate or plaque) bearing a name (as of a resident or manufacturer)

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  • nameplate — UK [ˈneɪmˌpleɪt] / US noun [countable] Word forms nameplate : singular nameplate plural nameplates a small sign that shows someone s name and is usually fixed to the door of their office or is on their desk …   English dictionary

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  • nameplate — [[t]ne͟ɪmpleɪt[/t]] nameplates also name plate N COUNT A nameplate is a sign on a door, wall, or desk which shows the name of the person or organization that occupies a particular place …   English dictionary

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  • nameplate — noun a) A plate or plaque inscribed with a persons name, especially one on an office door. b) The masthead of a newspaper …   Wiktionary

  • Nameplate — Заголовок газеты (наверху первой полосы); Форма для печати визитных карточек; Именная печатка; фирменный штемпель …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • nameplate — name|plate [ˈneımpleıt] n a piece of metal or plastic fastened to something, showing the name of the owner or maker, or the person who lives or works in a place …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • nameplate — name|plate [ neım,pleıt ] noun count a small sign that shows someone s name and is usually attached to the door of their office or on their desk …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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