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Definition of "tables" []

  • A chain of police, soldiers, ships, etc, stationed around an area (noun)
  • A ribbon worn as insignia of honour or rank (noun)
  • A cord or ribbon worn as an ornament or fastening (noun)
  • An ornamental projecting band or continuous moulding along a wall (noun)
  • A form of fruit tree consisting of a single stem bearing fruiting spurs, produced by cutting back all lateral branches (noun)
  • To put or form a cordon (around); close (off) (verb)
  • Plural form of table. (noun)

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  • Backgammon. (noun)
  • (backgammon) The halves or quarters of a backgammon board. (noun)
  • Any backgammon-esque board game, played on a board with two rows of 12 vertical markings called "points". (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of table. (verb)

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Use "tables" in a sentence
  • "* $tables is a list of the tables (minus prefix) which we expect to find in the"
  • "HEAT, at the moment in which he first produces these new scientific instruments, which he calls tables of _review_, and explains their"
  • "About 3 years ago I ordered some TableMate TV tables from a company online."