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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tabulartab‧u‧lar /ˈtæbjələ $ -ər/ adjective  CFarranged in rows across and down a page, in the form of a table
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tabularA direct reading from graphical or tabular data is usually carried out successfully by a high proportion of low attainers.Contact info is listed in tabular form; one click displays an individual entry, with another click to edit that info.It is useful to present these in tabular form simply adding on an extra column each year.In most cases this is set out in tabular form.Some of the most important features of the remedies are highlighted and the information is presented in an easy-to-use tabular form.The layout is tabular in format but the abbreviations are complex and time-consuming to understand.Magma can wedge open and penetrate cracks cutting across the layering of the surrounding rock, forming tabular intrusions called dikes.Prepare new tabular ledger. 12.
From Longman Business Dictionarytabulartab‧u‧lar /ˈtæbjələ-ər/ adjective arranged in the form of a TABLE (=set of numbers arranged across and down a page)The figures are presented in tabular form.tabular data
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