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planch

or planche

[ planch, plahnch ]
/ plæntʃ, plɑntʃ /
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noun
a flat piece of metal, stone, or baked clay, used as a tray in an enameling oven.
British Dialect.
  1. a floor.
  2. a plank.
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Origin of planch

1300–50; Middle English plaunche<Middle French planche<Latin plancaplank
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