High-table



noun, British.
1.
the table in the dining hall of a college, reserved for senior members of the college and distinguished guests.
noun
1.
(sometimes capitals) the table, sometimes elevated, in the dining hall of a school, college, etc, at which the principal teachers, fellows, etc, sit

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