Definition of tableful
: as much or as many as a table can hold or accommodate
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Platters are huge; a tableful of eaters may be better off ordering a la carte ($15 for broth; $6.95-$8.95 per meat; and $2.95-$3.95 per vegetable) rather than the combo.
With the help of headphones and a tableful of interpreters, the meeting was translated in 10 different Asian languages, including Cantonese, Mandarin, Mongolian and Korean and Tagalog.
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