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  • Table's subclasses include billiard table, Round table, Altar, kotatsu and TV tray.
  • billiard table
    billiard table

    billiard table or billiards table, a bounded table on which billiards-type games, played

  • Round table
    Round table

    round table, one which has no "head" and no "sides", and therefore no one person sitting at it is given a privileged position and all, treated as equals

  • Altar

    altar, any structure upon which sacrifices or other offerings, made for religious purposes, or some other sacred place where ceremonies take place

  • kotatsu

    kotatsu, used almost exclusively in Japan, a low, wooden table frame covered by a futon, or heavy blanket, upon which a table top sits

  • desk

    desk (a piece of furniture with a writing surface and often drawers or other compartments)

  • drafting table
    drafting table

    drafting table (an item of home furniture and table)

  • workbench

    workbench, sturdy table at which manual work is done

  • optical table
    optical table

    optical table, a piece of equipment used for optics experiments and engineering

  • High Table
    High Table

    At Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham colleges - and other, more traditional, academic institutions - High Table, a table for the use of fellows and their guests

  • TV tray table
    TV tray table
    TV tray table

    TV tray table or TV dinner tray, a type of collapsible furniture that functions as a small, portable table

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