Definition of 'tablet'
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An instructor supervising a learner in a lorry and two people on their tablets were also nabbed. The Sun (2017)Most big manufacturers install screens the size of tablet computers in new models. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Smartphones do not come cheap and neither do tablet devices. Computing (2010)Alternatively, hospital staff could also use a tablet to access patient records. Computing (2010)Q resembles a small speaker with an attached tablet computer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We stopped to admire the calligraphy on flat tablets on the floor, barely accompanied by any other visitors at all. Times, Sunday Times (2016)BLUE light from tablets and smartphones also hits sleep, another study found. The Sun (2016)There is no real reason for constitutions to be set in tablets of stone. Times, Sunday Times (2007)During these two periods the letters page almost seemed like a clay tablet. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This should include embracing technology such as tablet devices and ebooks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was as if he had delivered some masterful tactical tablet of stone. The Sun (2008)They are also available as tablets and liquid. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Take two tablets three times a day for three months. Times, Sunday Times (2006)One said it was easier to keep a work diary on a tablet device. The Sun (2014)It also delivers tablets of the other kind and medical devices to hospitals and pharmacies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It offered to take her tablet back and cancel the account without any fees payable. The Sun (2015)It is scary to think that it is a mechanical device and tablets keeping me alive. The Sun (2015)The system works through a camera connected to a computer or tablet or built into a mobile phone. The Sun (2012)See what happens with half a tablet or smaller amounts first rather than going straight to full or multiple tablets. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The tablets are connected to the wireless network which allows them to project from the tablet on to screens in the classrooms. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It looks stunning on a tablet screen, but works well on all platforms. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The prophecy was found on a stone tablet thought to be 1,300 years old. The Sun (2011)Dishes are variously served in a marble bowl, on a clay tablet and on olive wood platters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If there is less money for parties to spend on ludicrous tablets of stone or vitriolic negative campaign ads then that would be a good thing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is significant that many of the clay tablets bearing the cuneiform script refer to measurements of quantity, weight and length. MEASURING AMERICA (2002)Tablet screens, on the other hand, are notorious for reflecting rays blindingly back in your face. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'tablet'
British English: tablet /ˈtæblɪt/ NOUN
A tablet is a small, solid, round mass of medicine which you swallow.
I take herbal sleeping tablets.
- American English: pill
- Arabic: حَبَّةُ دَوَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: comprimido
- Chinese: 药片
- Croatian: tableta
- Czech: tableta
- Danish: tablet
- Dutch: tablet
- European Spanish: comprimido
- Finnish: tabletti
- French: cachet
- German: Tablette
- Greek: δισκίο
- Italian: compressa
- Japanese: 錠剤
- Korean: 정제
- Norwegian: tablett
- Polish: tabletka
- European Portuguese: comprimido
- Romanian: pastilă
- Russian: таблетка
- Spanish: pastilla
- Swedish: tablett
- Thai: ยาเม็ดแบน
- Turkish: hap
- Ukrainian: пігулка
- Vietnamese: viên thuốc
Definition of tablet from the Collins English Dictionary
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