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Definition of table:

  1. 1. One of the two plates or laminae, separated by the diploe, into which the cranial bones are divided. 2. An arrangement of the data of a clinical history, the steps of an experiment, etc., in parallel columns, showing all the essential facts in a readily appreciable form. 3. The occlusal or grinding surface of the tooth of a horse.
  2. A flat surface of some extent; an article of furniture, consisting of a flat surface raised on legs, for holding dishes of meat, writing on, & c.; the persons sitting at a table or partaking of entertainment; fare or entertainment of provisions; a tablet; the sacrament or holy communion of the Lord's Supper; the altar of burnt- offering; a smooth, simple member or ornament, usually rectangular; a division of the skull; an index, or collection of heads or principal matters contained in a book, with references to the pages where each may be found; a synopsis; small pieces of wood shifted on squares; a system of numbers calculated to be ready for expediting operations; a division of the ten commandments; a list or catalogue. Astronomical tables, computations of the motions, places, and other phenomena of the planets. Round table, the knighthood instituted by King Arthur. Twelve tables, the laws of the Romans. To stay on the table, to accept, as a report, for after consideration, if need be. To turn the tables, to change the condition or fortune of contending parties. To serve tables, to distribute aims to the poor.
  3. To form into a table or catalogue; to board; to lay on the table; to be willing to lay out; to let one piece of timber into another by alternate scores or projections from the middle.
  4. To board; to diet or live at the table of another.

Common misspellings for table:

terriable, trable, patable, tabels, tadler, tereble, duble, readble, chaitable, tabls, takle, dubel, tableing, taberley, pitable, tabul, ablie, desable, touble, trauble, trouable, sutable, vable, tirrable, dabree, tsable, talble, tabed, cabole, stabl, cabile, sutaible, stabil, tablit, tabluar, bidable, doeble, tabl, tasly, tanel, tassle, edable, writeable, tablw, duarble, bable, daible, doble, dabre, tagle, toenable, talbe, tilable, toable, tilliable, thetable, noteable, stabel, timeable, abule, tooblige, vieable, natable, hatable, tabluate, dabled, tawel, dibocle, trooble, detale, tallie, dwable, tablle, eable, able, tayloe, stuble, neoghtable, autible, sotable, uable, arble, abile, suable, ntable, reable, hable, tabel, tibula, tabble, sueable, terabile, dable, turble, taable, tablee, parble, readbale, eatible, tacle.

What does the abbreviation table mean?

TABLE abbreviation definitions:
–  Tsukuba Atmospheric Boundary Layer Experiment
–  The Association for Better Living and Education
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Quotes for table:

  1. When one kicks over a tea table and smashes everything but the sugar bowl, one may as well pick that up and drop it on the bricks, don't you think?
  2. And the test for any actor is whether you stay at the table or go away.
  3. If I have a rough day, and I'm angry, I'll just go into Kirk Douglas and throw over a table. And when I need to lift my spirits, Kermit can always do the trick.
  4. You know, there was not much wire work for any of us actors to do because the extent of what they did was so huge. I mean, they wouldn't just throw you from this table to that wall.
  5. In politics, strangely enough, the best way to play your cards is to lay them face upwards on the table.

Rhymes for table:

  1. kable, label, stable, mabel, hable, stabile, mable, sable;
  2. abel, cable, able, gable, abell, fable;
  3. unable, disable, enable, unstable, mislabel;
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