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Meaning of “coffee table” - Learner’s Dictionary

coffee table

noun [C]    
a low table in a room where people sit Tables and desks
Translations of “coffee table”
in Korean 탁자…
in Arabic طاوِلة القَهوة…
in Portuguese mesa de centro…
in Catalan tauleta baixa…
in Japanese (居間に置く)低いテーブル…
in Italian tavolino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咖啡桌,咖啡幾…
in Russian журнальный столик…
in Turkish sehpa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咖啡桌,咖啡几…
in Polish ława, stoliczek…
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