Definition of high table in English:

high table

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noun

British
A table in a dining hall, typically on a platform, for the most important people, such as the fellows of a college.
More example sentences
  • She was sitting at the high table of the castle's dining room.
  • New high tables and a wooden floor will be added.
  • Or, if you really can't get down from your high tables and your high horses, the least you could do is to stop moaning through the mouthfuls.

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