To see a license plate in your dream represents liberty and the freedom to run your own life.
Driver’s LicenseTo dream about your driver’s license suggests that you are facing some kind of identity crisis.If you lose your driver’s license in your dream, you have lost your true identity. Perhaps you have lost the independence or will to pursue your goals.Also see “Driving Test”, below.
LicenseTo dream of a license, is an omen of disputes and loss. Married women will exasperate your cheerfulness.For a woman to see a marriage license, foretells that she will soon enter unpleasant bonds, which will humiliate her pride.
LicenseEvidence of permission
Driver’s License1. Identity. 2. Mobility, independence. 3. Achieving a new level of growth, dignity.
License1. Mobility, obtaining freedom (as in “license to drive”). 2. Change in life stage and status, a rite of passage. 3. Change in situation, possibly employment.
Copper PlateCopper plate seen in a dream, is a warning of discordant views causing unhappiness between members of the same household.
PlateTo dream of plates full of food, symbolizes good fortune.If the plates are empty but very beautiful, they predict luck in love affairs.If they are empty and dull, they symbolize a boring period of your life. Broken, damaged, or dirty plates foretell family quarrels or domestic problems.
PlateFor a woman to dream of plates, denotes that she will practise economy and win a worthy husband.If already married, she will retain her husband’s love and respect by the wise ordering of his household.See Dishes.
PlateIn a dream, a plate represents one’s beloved, or it could mean going through hard times, or it could represent locusts or money.A plate in a woman’s dream represents the best man in her circles.If a man sees a plate in his dream, it represents the most respected woman in…
PlateUsed to serve spiritual nourishment; research any details; see “food”
Plate1. Emotional and intellectual capacity, or “how much can one take.” 2. A measure of overall prosperity in life, achievements (note how full the plate is). 3. Domestic disharmony, arguments (to break a plate or see broken plates). 4. A period of “famine”—likely social, sometimes emotional (an empty plate).