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Definition of "round table" [round table]

  • A conference at which participants of similar status discuss and exchange views (noun)
  • A television show segment in which pundits or reporters discuss current events. (noun)
  • Used other than as an idiom: see round,‎ table. (noun)

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Use "round table" in a sentence
  • "A small, round table sat in the center of the platform, covered in a blue-and-white-checked tablecloth and holding a vase of yellow sunflowers."
  • "But there, on the round table where hotel guests could set up a mini-office, was a laptop computer."
  • "The men in the expensive suits had joined the party sitting at a round table with two overbleached blonde women in their late twenties."