Definition of 'coffee table'
Example sentences containing 'coffee table'
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It shows her sitting at a coffee table with three lines of white powder on it. The Sun (2016)Picking up three crisps and two biscuits, he slides them around the coffee table to make his point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you want one investment piece, try the coffee table range at Made. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The sitting area has two sofas facing each other across a low coffee table. Times, Sunday Times (2008)On the far side of the podium were a coffee table and two soft chairs. Christianity Today (2000)There's a little balcony and a large lounge area with a whitewashed coffee table. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Particularly commendable is the huge coffee table made from six Lack shelves and a bit of old plywood. Times, Sunday Times (2009)JAMES is so wooden you could make a coffee table out of him. The Sun (2014)It is not clear why groups of select voters around coffee tables and conference rooms are thought able to identify concerns that are already obvious to all. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There's also a limited-edition coffee table book with a bumper price tag still to come. The Sun (2009)The court heard that she called her family together, placed the items on the coffee table and asked her son where they had come from. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A coffee table groaning with art books, a dining room groaning with exquisite foods and a butler groaning with overwork. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Translations for 'coffee table'
British English: coffee table /ˈkɒfɪ ˈteɪbl/ NOUN
A coffee table is a small low table in a living room.
- American English: coffee table
- Arabic: طَاوِلَةٌ قَهْوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: mesinha de centro
- Chinese: 矮茶几
- Croatian: stolić za kavu
- Czech: konferenční stolek
- Danish: kaffebord
- Dutch: koffietafel
- European Spanish: mesa de centro
- Finnish: sohvapöytä
- French: table basse
- German: Couchtisch
- Greek: χαμηλό τραπεζάκι
- Italian: tavolino da caffè
- Japanese: コーヒーテーブル
- Korean: 커피 테이블
- Norwegian: salongbord
- Polish: niski stolik
- European Portuguese: mesa do café
- Romanian: măsuță de cafea
- Russian: кофейный столик
- Spanish: mesa de café
- Swedish: soffbord
- Thai: โต๊ะกาแฟ
- Turkish: sehpa
- Ukrainian: кавовий столик
- Vietnamese: bàn uống cà phê
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