gateleg table

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gate·leg table

also gate-leg table (gāt′lĕg′)
A drop-leaf table with paired legs that swing out to support the leaves.

gateleg table

(ˈɡeɪtˌlɛɡ) or

gate-legged table

(Furniture) a table with one or two drop leaves that are supported when in use by a hinged leg swung out from the frame

gate′leg ta′ble


or gate′-legged` ta′ble,

a drop-leaf table having legs attached to a hinged frame that can be swung out to support the leaves.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gateleg table - a drop-leaf table with the drop-leaves supported by hinged legsgateleg table - a drop-leaf table with the drop-leaves supported by hinged legs
drop-leaf table - a table that has a drop-leaf to enlarge its surface
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