A rectangular, usually metal plate that bears a sequence of numbers, letters, or both and is issued by a government to identify an officially registered vehicle.(noun)
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Use "license plate" in a sentence
"“That has to be her car,” my father observed, taking in a hybrid SUV with the license plate GRNSOLU."
"Would the owner of the blue station wagon with the license plate F-G-X-1-1-3 please move your car?"
"I gave him a key chain with a miniature license plate that said MANUEL."