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tabletop

[ tey-buhl-top ]
/ ˈteɪ bəlˌtɒp /
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noun
a surface forming or suggesting the top of a table.
a photograph of an arrangement of objects on top of a table.
adjective
intended for use on the top of a table or the like.
noting or relating to an arrangement of objects, especially miniatures or models, as would be appropriate to the top of a table.
noting or relating to a type of game that requires the physical presence of players and the manipulation of game pieces, as board games and some card games or role-playing games but not video games.
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Origin of tabletop

First recorded in 1800–10; table + top1
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