- a flat piece of metal, stone, or baked clay, used as a tray in an enameling oven.
- British Dialect.
- a floor.
- a plank.
Origin of planch
1300–50; Middle English plaunche < Middle French planche < Latin planca plank
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Examples from the Web for planche
It was here he placed as directors the celebrated Comans and De la Planche.The Tapestry Book
Helen Churchill Candee
There many of Planche's most sparkling burlesques had been produced.
Planche 9, Fig. 10, 5e Mmoire, "Sur les parties extrieures des papillons."The Insect World
M. D'Alzon then took me to a house of priests in the Rue de la Planche.Journal in France in 1845 and 1848 with Letters from Italy in 1847</p>
T. W. (Thomas William) Allies
Here Comans and Planche, tapestry weavers from Flanders, opened a factory in 1601.The Spell of Belgium