verb (used with object), tin-plat·ed, tin-plat·ing.
Origin of tin-plate
Origin of tin plate
Examples from the Web for tin-plate
Historical Examples of tin-plate
You know that there is hardly a tin-plate in camp, and boards are not to be had.Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals
William H. Armstrong
One worked at a mackintosh warehouse, the other, I think, at tin-plate.Glimpses into the Abyss
This mark may be perceived on every tin-plate in the market.
For a while its front was smooth and rounded, like the rim of a tin-plate.Down the Yellowstone
Lewis R. Freeman
Under the tariff law of 1909 the duty on tin-plate was one and two-tenths cents for each pound.