Publish by in Category decoration de maison at November 2nd, 2018. Tagged with camping. leroy. merlin. pliante. table.
An Article Of Furniture Consisting Of A Flat, Slablike Top Supported On One Or More Legs Or Other Supports: A Kitchen Table; An Operating Table; A Pool Table.
Such A Piece Of Furniture Specifically Used For Serving Food To Those Seated At It.
The Food Placed On A Table To Be Eaten: She Sets A Good Table.
A Group Of Persons At A Table, As For A Meal, Game, Or Business Transaction.
A Gaming Table.
A Flat Or Plane Surface; A Level Area.
A Tableland Or Plateau.
A Concise List Or Guide: The (table Of Contents) In The Front Of The Book Includes Chapter Names And Page Numbers.
An Arrangement Of Words, Numbers, Or Signs, Or Combinations Of Them, As In Parallel Columns, To Exhibit A Set Of Facts Or Relations In A Definite, Compact, And Comprehensive Form; A Synopsis Or Scheme.
The Constellation Mensa.
A Flat And Relatively Thin Piece Of Wood, Stone, Metal, Or Other Hard Substance, Especially One Artificially Shaped For A Particular Purpose.
A Smooth, Flat Board Or Slab On Which Inscriptions May Be Put.
The Inner Or Outer Hard Layer Or Any Of The Flat Bones Of The Skull.
A Sounding Board.
As verb (used with object) [ta·bled, ta·bling.]
To Place (a Card, Money, Etc.) On A Table.
To Enter In Or Form Into A Table Or List.
Of, Relating To, Or For Use On A Table: A Table Lamp.
Suitable For Serving At A Table Or For Eating Or Drinking: Table Grapes.
To Cause A Reversal Of An Existing Situation, Especially With Regard To Gaining The Upper Hand Over A Competitor, Rival, Antagonist, Etc.: Fortune Turned The Tables And We Won. We Turned The Tables On Them And Undersold Them By 50 Percent.
To Work As A Waiter Or Waitress: He Worked His Way Through College By Waiting Table.
A Place Where An Army Or Other Group Of Persons Or An Individual Is Lodged In A Tent Or Tents Or Other Temporary Means Of Shelter.
Such Tents Or Shelters Collectively: The Regiment Transported Its Camp In Trucks.
The Persons So Sheltered: The Camp Slept Through The Storm.
The Act Of Camping Out: Camp Is Far More Pleasant In Summer Than In Winter.
Any Temporary Structure, As A Tent Or Cabin, Used On An Outing Or Vacation.
A Group Of Troops, Workers, Etc., Camping And Moving Together.
A Group Of People Favoring The Same Ideals, Doctrines, Etc.: Most American Voters Are Divided Into Two Camps, Republicans And Democrats.
Any Position In Which Ideals, Doctrines, Etc., Are Strongly Entrenched: After Considering The Other Side's Argument, He Changed Camps.
A Recreation Area In The Country, Equipped With Extensive Facilities For Sports.
As verb (used without object)
To Establish Or Pitch A Camp: The Army Camped In The Valley.
To Live Temporarily In Or As If In A Camp Or Outdoors, Usually For Recreation (often Followed By Out): They Camped By The Stream For A Week.
To Reside Or Lodge Somewhere Temporarily Or Irregularly, Especially In An Apartment, Room, Etc.: They Camped In Our Apartment Whenever They Came To Town.
To Settle Down Securely And Comfortably; Become Ensconced: The Kids Camped On Our Porch Until The Rain Stopped.
To Take Up A Position Stubbornly: They Camped In Front Of The President's Office.
As verb (used with object)
To Put Or Station (troops) In A Camp; Shelter.
A Male Given Name: From Old French, Meaning “the King.”
A Small, Bold Falcon, Falco Columbarius, Of The Northern Hemisphere.
Table Pliante Camping Leroy Merlin.