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Eski Roma'da savaş gemisinin mahmuzu
Antik Roma'da hatiplerin konuştuğu kürsü
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A dais, pulpit, or similar platform for a speaker, conductor or other performer
A platform for a film or television camera
The projecting prow of a rowed warship, such as a trireme
The snout of a dolphin
The beak shaped projection on the head of insects such as weevils
{n} the beak of a bird, a ship's head
The anterior, often spinelike, prolongation of the carapace of a crustacean, as in the lobster and the prawn
The ram of a warship - often with three prongs
Same as Rostellum
an elevated place from which a speaker addresses her audience???
A pair of forceps of various kinds, having a beaklike form
The Beaks; the stage or platform in the forum where orations, pleadings, funeral harangues, etc
Any beaklike prolongation, esp
Bones of the muzzle
of the head of an animal, as the beak of birds
a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
The snout of a gastropod mollusk
The beak, or sucking mouth parts, of Hemiptera
beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e g weevils
A rostrum is a raised platform on which someone stands when they are speaking to an audience, receiving a prize, or conducting an orchestra. As he stood on the winner's rostrum, he sang the words of the national anthem. a small platform that you stand on when you are making a speech or conducting musicians = podium (from rodere; RODENT)
A portable platform usually in the form of a collapsible hinged framework (gate rostrum) with a separate top Used to raise specific parts of the action or scene
The pipe to convey the distilling liquor into its receiver in the common alembic
The beak or proboscis of insect order, Hemiptera (Tectum) Dorsal part of capitulum projecting over chelicerae in acarines
of Littorina
were delivered; so called because after the Latin war, it was adorned with the beaks of captured vessels; later, applied also to other platforms erected in Rome for the use of public orators
Hence, a stage for public speaking; the pulpit or platform occupied by an orator or public speaker
The projecting prow of a Roman ship
{i} stage, speaker's platform; beak, snout (Biology)
The pointed projection at the extreme anterior end of the head of a crustacean
The beak or head of a ship
winners' rostrum
A platform with three height levels on which the three most successful sports competitors stand when receiving medals
mounted the rostrum
climbed onto the podium, climbed onto the stage
plural of rostrum
See Rostrum, 2
plural of rostrum
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    /ˈrästrəm/ /ˈrɑːstrəm/

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    [ 'räs-tr&m also ] (noun.) 1542. From Latin rostrum (“beak, snout”) from rōdō (“gnaw”). The pulpit sense comes from comes from the Roman Rostra, the platforms in the Forum where politicians made speeches. The Rostra were decorated with the beaks (prows) of ships from naval victories.

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