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table / desk / CL: 張|张,
form / table / CL: 張|张,
  *行* | 行* | *行
row / line / commercial firm / line of business / profession / to rank (first, second etc) among one's siblings (by age) / (in data tables) row / (Tw) column
  *檯* | 檯* | *檯
desk / table / counter
table tennis / ping-pong / table tennis ball / CL: 個|个
catalog / table of contents / directory (on computer hard drive) / list / contents
  *表* | 表* | *表
exterior surface / family relationship via females / to show (one's opinion) / a model / a table (listing information) / a form / a meter (measuring sth)
the charts (of best-sellers) / table of ranking
  *桌* | 桌* | *桌
table / desk / classifier for tables of guests at a banquet etc
  *案* | 案* | *案
(legal) case / incident / record / file / table
  *目* | 目* | *目
eye / item / section / list / catalogue / table of contents / order (taxonomy) / goal / name / title
  *列* | 列* | *列
to arrange / to line up / file / series / (in data tables) column / (Tw) row
  *板* | 板* | *板
board / plank / plate / shutter / table tennis bat / clappers (music) / CL: 塊|块 / accented beat in Chinese music / hard / stiff / to stop smiling or look serious
dining table / dinner table
table tennis / table tennis ball (Tw) / billiards / pool / snooker (HK, Singapore, Malaysia)
comparison table
  *譜* | 譜* | *譜
chart / list / table / register / score (music) / spectrum (physics) / to set to music
to reserve a seat / to book a table / reservation
cupboard / cupboard that can also be used as a table / sideboard
inner area (of a place that has an outer area) / the kitchen of a restaurant (as opposed to the dining area) / infield (baseball etc) / (Chinese opera) the area behind the table on the stage
small side table / coffee table / teapoy (ornamental tripod with caddies for tea)
statistical table / chart
  *涮* | 涮* | *涮
to rinse / to trick / to fool sb / to cook by dipping finely sliced ingredients briefly in boiling water or soup (generally done at the dining table)
desk lamp / table lamp
long table / counter / case / law case / legal case / judicial case
to solve a case / shabby old table
round table
to slap the table in amazement (idiom); wonderful! / amazing!
rotating stage / swivel table
  *几* | 几* | *几
small table
superorder (taxonomy) / catalog / table of contents
mnemonic chant / rhyme for remembering (arithmetic tables, character stroke order etc)
to lay one's cards on the table
outer area (of a place that has an inner area) / dining area of a restaurant (as opposed to the kitchen) / outfield (baseball etc) / area outside a venue (e.g. exterior of a stadium) / field (maintenance, testing etc) / (Chinese opera) the area in front of the table on the stage
table (displaying data in rows and columns)
dining table
to flip a table over (in a fit of anger) / (at a restaurant) to turn over a table (i.e. to complete a cycle from the seating of one group of diners until the arrival of another group at the same table)
to batter / combo (hit) (gaming) / (volleyball, table tennis etc) double hit / double contact
table salt
to fill sb in (on the details of sth) / to put all one's cards on the table
dial or meter for displaying speed, time, or other measurements / cyclocomputer / code table (computing)
(onom.) rattle / clatter / (sports) ping-pong / table tennis
table knife / dinner knife
to pull back / to regain (one's dignity etc) / to recover from (an adverse situation) / to turn the tables
table of scores (in exams or sports league)
sand table (military) / 3D terrain (or site) model (for real estate marketing, geography class etc) / sand tray (on which to write characters)
multiplication tables / (fig.) plan / scheme
conference table
statistical form / book of tables or forms
league table / roll of honor
lit. deal sincerely and fairly (idiom); frank and open-minded / plain speaking / Let's talk frankly and openly between ourselves. / to put one's cards on the table
dressing table
Deng Yaping (1973-), table tennis player, several times world and Olympic winner
(table tennis) edge ball / (fig.) actions that are technically legal but perhaps not respectable
lit. to slap the table and stand up (idiom); fig. at the end of one's tether / unable to take it any more
incense burner table
round table conference
table of contents
table (for games using balls)
desk / (pool etc) table
Qiao Hong (1968-), former PRC female table tennis player
boundary stone / table marking border
lit. to slap the table (in amazement, praise, anger, resentment etc) / fig. astonishing!, wonderful!, dreadful! etc
operating table
covert activities (election rigging etc) / under-the-table manipulations / black operations
statistical tables and reports
medal table / tally of trophies / list of prizewinners
paper hot pot (hot pot using a single-use pot made of Japanese washi paper with a special coating to prevent burning and leaking, used for cooking at the dining table)
table turnover rate (in a restaurant)
periodic table of the elements (chemistry)
table manners
multiplication table
Wang Nan (1978-), female PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
periodic table (chemistry) / abbr. of 元素週期表|元素周期表, periodic table of the elements
to sit at a table with others with whom one is unacquainted
separate meals / to eat individual meals (rather than taking one's food from plates served to everyone at the table)
long narrow table
better kept under the table (idiom) / not to be disclosed / too inferior to show in public
refined salt / table salt
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part I), first of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
to crawl under a table (e.g. as a penalty for losing in a card game)
Wang Liqin (1978-), former PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
multiplication table
billiards table
Zhang Yining (1981-), PRC female table tennis player and Olympic gold medalist
lookup table for Chinese character based on radical and stroke count
a deal where the parties collude to sign an under-the-table "yin contract" 陰合同|阴合同 as well as an ostensibly genuine "yang contract" 陽合同|阳合同 in order to deceive authorities
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part II), second of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
revolving tray on a dining table / lazy Susan
table salt
Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev (1834-1907), Russian chemist who introduced the periodic table
long narrow table
table fan / desk fan
commode / dressing table / sink
table-tennis table
  *肵* | 肵* | *肵
a small table to accommodate an incense burner
decompression table
crumbs from the table of one's master / castoffs / bits of rubbish / idle talk / casual remarks
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