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table a bill/measure/proposal etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtable a bill/measure/proposal etctable a bill/measure/proposal etcAmerican EnglishPOSTPONE/DO LATER to leave a bill etc to be discussed or dealt with in the future table
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table a bill/measure/proposal etcFor example, by the drinks table Bill Muggeridge seemed to be trying to make up to Mrs Crumwallis.At that time, Dole voted to table a measure that would have negated the Supreme Court ruling.Baldwin tabled proposals which involved payments of £34 million a year.
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