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1.A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface for eating, writing, or working at.
‘she put the plate on the table '
‘he rang the restaurant to book a table for lunch'
‘He made occasional furniture pieces such as tables and chairs, as well as picture frames.'
‘Buffy came back up in a fighting stance holding a splintered piece of the table out in front of her.'
‘Eventually, she resolved to hold her wrist down to the table so that her writing would be legible.'
2.Food provided in a restaurant or household.
‘he was reputed to have the finest French table of the time'
3.A group seated at table for a meal.
‘the whole table was in gales of laughter'
‘After he left we discovered that he had insisted on paying for the meal for the whole table.'
‘Some tables kept looking at me, for some reason, maybe it was my head.'
‘Everyone at the table seemed to instantly get up, and soon other tables followed suit.'
‘In the end, the table settled on getting a jug of red lemonade and a jug of water.'
4.A meeting place or forum for formal discussions held to settle an issue or dispute.
‘the negotiating table'
‘Oh, they told him he could still come in and sit at the conference table in the meeting room if he liked.'
‘Bring your issues to the table so we can ail work on them together, presenting a united front.'
‘He said the only way to deal with serious issues was to sit around the table and negotiate.'
‘Let's just hope that he's not sitting round the table for the negotiations about the forthcoming strike.'
5.The dummy hand (which is exposed on the table).
6.A set of facts or figures systematically displayed, especially in columns.
‘the population has grown, as shown in table 1'
‘This section includes many thoughtful hypotheses that are backed up by clearly illustrated tables and figures.'
‘This is shown by an increasing gradient of intervention down the columns of the table for all patient and hospital groups.'
‘A number of excellent tables, figures and flow charts are included for clinicians to use in practice.'
‘The analogy that the argument posits thus falls nicely into a table with two columns and three rows.'
7.A list of rivals or competitors showing their positions relative to one another; a league table.
‘the team's slide down the First Division table'
‘Their current position in the table is a testament to the kind of hard work, patience and stability that is very rare in football nowadays.'
‘Eventually they were reeled in by the bigger teams but finished very creditably in the top quarter of the table.'
‘They filled five of the top ten positions in the championship table.'
‘It leaves the league wide open at both ends of the table and a win next week for the Dalesmen is vital.'
‘children at the school have spelling tests and learn their tables'
9.A collection of data stored in memory as a series of records, each defined by a unique key stored with it.
‘Information on how addresses are translated is kept in a set of page tables stored in main memory.'
‘Of course, this means that we must first have an appropriate table defined in our database.'
‘Database systems will seamlessly read the tables created by database systems from other vendors.'
‘To this end, I created a new database to store the tables.'
‘An example would be retro viruses that attack antivirus software by deleting virus definition tables or memory resident scanners.'
10.A flat, typically rectangular, vertical surface; a panel.
11.A horizontal moulding, especially a cornice.
12.A slab of wood or stone bearing an inscription.
13.A flat surface of a gem.
14.A cut gem with two flat faces.
15.Each half or quarter of a folding board for backgammon.
1.Each half or quarter of a folding board for backgammon.
‘more than 200 amendments to the bill have already been tabled'
2.Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting.
‘The same sources emphasise that the American has not yet formally tabled any bid for any further shares, never mind the Irish pair's vast holding.'
‘He was given the news when he telephoned the council, ahead of the July meeting at which the matter was tabled for discussion.'
‘The team of management consultants at that meeting tabled a report.'
‘The next provincial budget will be tabled on February 15, 2005.'
3.Postpone consideration of.
‘I'd like the issue to be tabled for the next few months'
‘The Monroeville Planning Commission recommended approval of the rezoning, but Monroeville Council tabled the application.'
‘I move that that issue be tabled, that we may select a new First Councilor.'
‘I would guess that any ‘reformation' of the State department is tabled until after 2004.'
‘The abduction issue would be tabled if bilateral talks are resumed possibly later this month.'