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coffee tablenoun [C]

uk   /ˈkɒf.i ˌteɪ.bəl/  us   /ˈkɑː.fi ˌteɪ.bəl/
a ​small, ​lowtable on which ​coffee is ​served or ​books and ​magazines are ​arranged
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"coffee table" in American English

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coffee tablenoun [C]

 us   /ˈkɔ·fi ˌteɪ·bəlcoɡ, ˈkɑf·i/
a ​low table usually ​placed in ​front of a ​sofa (= ​long, ​softseat) on which to set ​drinks, ​magazines, and other ​smallobjects
(Definition of coffee table from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “coffee table”
in Arabic طاوِلة القَهوة…
in Korean 탁자…
in Portuguese mesa de centro…
in Catalan tauleta baixa…
in Japanese (居間に置く)低いテーブル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咖啡桌,咖啡几…
in Turkish sehpa…
in Russian журнальный столик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咖啡桌,咖啡幾…
in Italian tavolino…
in Polish ława, stoliczek…
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