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tabular

[ tab-yuh-ler ]
/ ˈtæb yə lər /
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adjective
of, relating to, or arranged in a table or systematic arrangement by columns, rows, etc., as statistics.
ascertained from or computed by the use of tables.
having the form of a table, tablet, or tablature.
flat and expansive, as tableland or a plateau.
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Origin of tabular

First recorded in 1650–60, tabular is from the Latin word tabulāris pertaining to a board or tablet. See table, -ar1

OTHER WORDS FROM tabular

tab·u·lar·ly, adverbnon·tab·u·lar, adjectivenon·tab·u·lar·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for tabular

tabular
/ (ˈtæbjʊlə) /

adjective
arranged in systematic or table form
calculated from or by means of a table
like a table in form; flat

Derived forms of tabular

tabularly, adverb

Word Origin for tabular

C17: from Latin tabulāris concerning boards, from tabula a board
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