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Definitions of table:

part of speech: noun

A well known piece of domestic furniture, consisting of a flat surface supported on one or more legs; a flat surface in general; persons sitting at table; the fare or entertainment itself; a circular sheet of finished glass; a collection of particulars, numbers, results, & c., arranged in order and brought into one view; in arch., any smooth ornament, usually that of a long square; the ten commandments, consisting of two tables.

part of speech: noun

A smooth, flat slab or board, with legs, used as an article of furniture: supply of food, entertainment: the company at a table: the board for backgammon or draughts: a surface on which something is written or engraved: that which is cut or written on a flat surface: an inscription: a condensed statement: syllabus or index: ( B.) a writing tablet.

part of speech: verb

To lay or place upon a table; to enter upon the record; to board, & c.

part of speech: verb transitive

To index; to lay aside, as a report, for future consideration; to lay on a table, as a card or money.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make into a table or catalogue: to lay on the table, i. e. to postpone consideration of.

part of speech: adjective

Pert. to a table.

part of speech: noun

A piece of furniture consisting of a flat, smooth top supported by legs; a flat surface suitable for an inscription; persons sitting around a table; fare; supply of food; entertainment; index or summary; an arrangement of words, facts, figures, etc., in order for reference; a table of statistics.

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