Definition of tabletop
1 : the top of a table
2 : a photograph of small objects or a miniature scene arranged on a table
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The relaxed brewpub setting includes slabs sawed from a massive, local cottonwood tree for its tabletops.
Entering the building, the decor created the feel of a garden party indoors with greenery throughout and tabletop arrangements of white hydrangeas, garden roses, fresh mint and eucalyptus.
Games, including tabletop shuffleboard and darts, will also be part of the Brewpourium.
The gaming area has doubled in size to showcase the largest gaming area ever, featuring more arcade games, console games and tabletop games than Hamacon has ever presented.
Similar to planning tabletop décor, brides rarely consider options outside the box when planning for their bouquets.
Scientists have used optical equipment to build simple neural nets, but these setups required tabletops full of sensitive mirrors and lenses.
A soft palette: Aloe striata, with its peach edges and single bloom, sets the color scheme for a tabletop arrangement.
Two small, mostly plastic, robot vehicles buzzing about recently on a town hall tabletop looked like toys instead of winners of state and world honors.
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Definition of tabletop for English Language Learners
: the surface of a table
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