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pallet         

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      n  
1    a straw-filled mattress or bed  
2    any hard or makeshift bed  
     (C14: from Anglo-Norman paillet, from Old French paille straw, from Latin palea straw)  
Avoid confusion with palate or palette  
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pallet          [2]  
      n  
1    an instrument with a handle and a flat, sometimes flexible, blade used by potters for shaping  
2    a standard-sized platform of box section open at two ends on which goods may be stacked. The open ends allow the entry of the forks of a lifting truck so that the palletized load can be raised and moved about easily  
3      (Horology)   the locking lever that engages and disengages alternate end pawls with the escape wheel to give impulses to the balance  
4       a variant spelling of       palette       1  
5      (Music)   a flap valve of wood faced with leather that opens to allow air from the wind chest to enter an organ pipe, causing it to sound  
     (C16: from Old French palette a little shovel, from pale spade, from Latin pala spade)  

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palette  
      n  
1      (Also)    pallet          a flat piece of wood, plastic, etc., used by artists as a surface on which to mix their paints  
2    the range of colours characteristic of a particular artist, painting, or school of painting  
a restricted palette     
3    the available range of colours or patterns that can be displayed by a computer on a visual display unit  
4    either of the plates of metal attached by a strap to the cuirass in a suit of armour to protect the armpits  
     (C17: from French, diminutive of pale shovel, from Latin pala spade)  
Avoid confusion with palate or pallet  


pallet          [1]  
      n  
1    a straw-filled mattress or bed  
2    any hard or makeshift bed  
     (C14: from Anglo-Norman paillet, from Old French paille straw, from Latin palea straw)  
Avoid confusion with palate or palette  
pallet          [2]  
      n  
1    an instrument with a handle and a flat, sometimes flexible, blade used by potters for shaping  
2    a standard-sized platform of box section open at two ends on which goods may be stacked. The open ends allow the entry of the forks of a lifting truck so that the palletized load can be raised and moved about easily  
3      (Horology)   the locking lever that engages and disengages alternate end pawls with the escape wheel to give impulses to the balance  
4       a variant spelling of       palette       1  
5      (Music)   a flap valve of wood faced with leather that opens to allow air from the wind chest to enter an organ pipe, causing it to sound  
     (C16: from Old French palette a little shovel, from pale spade, from Latin pala spade)  
pallet knife  
      n      a variant spelling of       palette knife  
pallet truck  
      n   a powered truck with a mast, sometimes telescopic, on which slides a carriage which can be raised and lowered hydraulically. The carriage has extended forks which can be passed under a palletized load for stacking or moving to a new position,   (Also called)    stacking truck  

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pallet knife, pallet truck, pallet knife, pall

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