Table

  • (noun): A piece of furniture with tableware for a meal laid out on it.
    Example: "I reserved a table at my favorite restaurant"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on table, tables:

Writing Table
... A writing table (French bureau plat) has a series of drawers directly under the surface of the table, to contain writing implements, so that it may serve as a desk ... In form, a writing table is a pedestal desk without the pedestals, having legs instead to hold it up ... This is why such tables are sometimes called leg desks ...
King Arthur's Round Table, Cumbria
... King Arthur's Round Table is a Neolithic henge in the village of Eamont Bridge within the English county of Cumbria, around 2 km south east of Penrith ... Another henge called the Little Round Table stood 200m to the south but was destroyed in the 19th century ...
2006–07 Celtic League - Table - Week 24
... 8 May 1935 ... Newport Gwent Dragons 13 – 27 Ospreys Rodney Parade Attendance 6,438 11 May 1910 ... Cardiff Blues 27 – 11 Leinster Cardiff Arms Park Attendance 10,320 11 May 1910 ... Llanelli Scarlets 19 – 10 Connacht Stradey Park Attendance 5,204 11 May 1930 ... Ulster 16 – 10 Edinburgh Ravenhill Attendance 7,429 12 May 1730 ... Border Reivers 16 – 24 Ospreys Netherdale Attendance 1,837 12 May 1730 ... Munster 38 – 20 Glasgow Warriors Musgrave Park Attendance 3,311. ...
Poker Tournament - Playing Format
... Whenever a player loses all his chips and gets eliminated, his table shrinks ... To combat the constant shrinking of tables and avoid having tables play with varying numbers of players, players are moved between tables, with unnecessary tables getting closed as the tournament ... In the end, all remaining players are seated on just one table, known as the "final table" ...
Henry Briggs (mathematician) - Bibliography
... A Table to find the Height of the Pole, the Magnetical Declination being given (London, 1602, 4to) "Tables for the Improvement of Navigation", printed in the second edition of Edward Wright's ... http//locomat.loria.fr contains a reconstruction of this table) Trigonometria Britannica (Goudae, 1633, folio) (http//locomat.loria.fr contains a reconstruction of this table) two Letters to Archbishop ...

More definitions of "table":

  • (noun): Flat tableland with steep edges.
    Synonyms: mesa
  • (noun): A set of data arranged in rows and columns.
    Example: "See table 1"
    Synonyms: tabular array
  • (noun): A piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs.
    Example: "It was a sturdy table"
  • (noun): Food or meals in general.
    Example: "She sets a fine table"
    Synonyms: board
  • (noun): A company of people assembled at a table for a meal or game.
    Example: "He entertained the whole table with his witty remarks"

Famous quotes containing the word table:

    How to attain sufficient clarity of thought to meet the terrifying issues now facing us, before it is too late, is ... important. Of one thing I feel reasonably sure: we can’t stop to discuss whether the table has or hasn’t legs when the house is burning down over our heads. Nor do the classics per se seem to furnish the kind of education which fits people to cope with a fast-changing civilization.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    The best thing about Sassy Seats is that grandmothers cannot figure out how they work and are in constant fear of the child’s falling. This often makes them forget to comment on other aspects of the child’s development, like why he is not yet talking or is still wearing diapers. Some grandmothers will spend an entire meal peering beneath the table and saying, “Is that thing steady?” rather than, “Have you had a doctor look at that left hand?”
    Anna Quindlen (20th century)

    When I think of our lands I think of the house
    And the table that holds a platter of pears,
    Vermilion smeared over green, arranged for show.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)