Translation of table in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (piece of furniture) dinner's on the table!he painted the royal family at table¡la cena está servida!don't do that at the tablepintó a la familia real sentada a la mesacome and sit at o (in British English also) on our tableno hagas eso en la mesato lay o set the table to clear the tablesiéntate con nosotrosto book a table for fourlevantar or (Spain) quitar la mesabridge/billiard tablereservar una mesa para cuatrothe terrorists have agreed to come to the negotiating tablemesa de bridge/billaron the tablesome new proposals are now on the tablelos terroristas han aceptado sentarse a la mesa de negociacionesthe offer on the table at the moment is unacceptablehay nuevas propuestas sobre el tapeteto lay something on the tablela oferta que han hecho es inaceptableto drink somebody under the tableshe can drink you under the tableproponer algoone glass of sherry and I'm under the table!te da cien mil vueltas bebiendoto turn the tablesthe tables are turneduna copa de jerez y ya no me tengo en piethey managed to turn the tables on their adversariesse ha vuelto or (Southern Cone) se ha dado vuelta la tortilla [colloquial]she then turned the tables on the interviewerlograron volverles las tornas a sus adversariosentonces empezó ella a hacerle preguntas al entrevistador(before noun) (knife/lamp/salt/wine)table dancingde mesa(striptease o baile erótico realizado sobre o junto a una mesa)his table manners leave a lot to be desiredsus modales en la mesa dejan mucho que desearExample sentences1.2under the table he was paid $10,000 under the table
(before noun) under-the-table 1.3 (people seated at table)le pagaron 10.000 dólares bajo cuerda or bajo manoExample sentences
- He made occasional furniture pieces such as tables and chairs, as well as picture frames.
- Around the edges of the room were pieces of furniture like tables and a few chairs.
- The woodwork in the show includes large furniture items like tables, benches and screens as well as plates, letters openers and wine corkstoppers.
- After he left we discovered that he had insisted on paying for the meal for the whole table.
- In the end, the table settled on getting a jug of red lemonade and a jug of water.
- Everyone at the table seemed to instantly get up, and soon other tables followed suit.
- 2 2.1 (list) multiplication o [colloquial] times tablesthe four-/ten-times tabletablas de multiplicartable of contents 2.2la tabla del cuatro/diezalso: league tableExample sentences
- Their current position in the table is a testament to the kind of hard work, patience and stability that is very rare in football nowadays.
- This result took Burley to the top of the table, a position they strengthened further with a win at Menston on Monday.
- Since then they have won ten of their last 11 league games to finish a creditable fourth in the final table.
- 1 1.1 1.2(British English) (submit) (proposal/motion/amendment)Example sentences
- I move that that issue be tabled, that we may select a new First Councilor.
- The abduction issue would be tabled if bilateral talks are resumed possibly later this month.
- Following Council's usual practice, this motion was tabled, to be considered with other financial commitments at the end of the meeting.
- 2(list) (data)presentar en forma de tablaExample sentences
- The discussions tabled during the meeting focused on creating a more unique festival atmosphere specific to Pattaya and reducing the time frame of the event.
- Plans for the reception centres are expected to be tabled at a meeting of the British, Italian, Spanish, French and German justice ministers in Florence in October.
- The same sources emphasise that the American has not yet formally tabled any bid for any further shares, never mind the Irish pair's vast holding.
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