tabletop

EnglishEdit

 
Tabletop of a Japanese chestnut table.

EtymologyEdit

table +‎ top

NounEdit

tabletop (plural tabletops)

  1. (furniture) The flat, horizontal upper surface of a table.
  2. (skateboarding) A fixed item resembling a table, used for performing skateboarding tricks.
  3. (photography, advertising) A photograph of an object or product placed on a table.
    • 1946, U.S. Camera (volume 9, issues 6-11, page 72)
      Photographic greeting cards are usually tabletops.
  4. (role-playing games) Ellipsis of tabletop game.
    • 2021, Dorian Sykes, The Good Life Part 2: The Re-Up
      Some people watch TV, others play tabletops. You might like to work out. The object is to bide your time.

TranslationsEdit

 
Tabletop flags, small flags designed to sit on top of a table.

AdjectiveEdit

tabletop (not comparable)

  1. Suitable for use on top of a table.
  2. Taking place on top of a table.
    tabletop photography
    tabletop gaming

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