The word 'table' is a noun, (table, tables) and a verb (table, tables, tabling, tabled).The noun 'table' is a word for a piece of furniture; a word for an orderly arrangement of facts or figures in rows or columns for quick reference; a word for a thing.The word 'table' is not an adjective but can be used to describe a noun. A noun used to describe another noun is called an attributive noun or a noun adjunct; for example a table setting or a table leg.
Yes it's just another word for it.
The periodic table organizes elements based on their unique properties and relationships to one another.
The contents page is often called 'the table of contents'.
The word for table in french is 'une table' (pronounce: tahb-bl)
It is a table inside another table.
The word database is a noun that means a collection of data. Some words that are synonyms for database are directory, index, and table.
The noun "table" is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a type of furniture; a word for a set of facts or figures systematically displayed; a word for a thing.The word "table" is also a verb: table, tables, tabling, tabled.
No, the word table has a long a sound.
The word is: table.
Put them into a table and then sort. Alternatively, sort them in another application, such as Excel or Access and then copy them into Word.
the word table is the same in French and English.
Une table is a feminine word in French.
Yes, the word 'table' is a noun; a singular, common, concrete noun.The noun 'table' is a word for a type of furniture; a word for a printed set of facts or figures; a word for a thing.The word 'table' is also a verb: table, tables, tabling, tabled.