ETYM Old Eng. planke, Old Fren. planque, planche, French planche, from Latin planca; cf. Greek plax, anything flat and broad. Related to Planch.
An endorsed policy in the platform of a political party.
1. To cook and serve on a plank:
2. To cover with planks, as of a wall or a floor; SYN. plank over.
3. To set down; SYN. flump, plonk, plop, plunk, plump down, plunk down, plump.