verb (used with object), tab·let·ed or tab·let·ted, tab·let·ing or tab·let·ting.
Examples from the Web for tablet
She was detained after rebels found photos on her tablet computer showing supplies she gave to Ukrainian fighters.
Enter the iSpoon, a conventional stirrer on one end and a tablet stylus on the other.The Daily Beast’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Richard Hendriks in Your Life|Allison McNearney|November 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If you saw it in front of you, your pencil would drop, your tablet would fall from your lap.How Mork Melted the Fonz: Henry Winkler Recalls Robin Williams’s Storming ‘Happy Days’ Debut|Tim Teeman|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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You can download the Kindle App for free on your desktop or laptop computer, smart phone or tablet.The Stacks: The Day ‘The Big Lebowski’ Came to Life|Alex Belth|July 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And he had a lamp before him, and in his hand a tablet of pine wood, whereon he wrote.
He looked pointedly at the insigne on Stan's pocket, then held out a tablet.Alarm Clock|Everett B. Cole
“No, dear; but I soon will have,” said her ladyship, making her pencil scramble over the tablet.Thereby Hangs a Tale|George Manville Fenn
It contains a tablet to the memory of James Bindley, who died in 1818.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
A tablet in the Arena records this Congress and the festivities held to celebrate it.The Story of Verona|Alethea Wiel
British Dictionary definitions for tablet
- a thinner rigid sheet, as of bark, ivory, etc, used for similar purposes
- (often plural) a set or pair of these fastened together, as in a book
Word Origin for tablet
Word Origin and History for tablet
early 14c., "slab or flat surface for an inscription" (especially the two Mosaic tables of stone), from Old French tablete (13c.), diminutive of table "slab" (see table (n.)). The meaning "lozenge, pill" is first recorded 1580s; that of "pad of writing paper" in 1880.