Definitions for placemat
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a place mat
A placemat or table mat is a protective table pad usually made of paper, plastic or cloth for restaurants and households. Asian-style placemats may feature thin slats of bamboo or colourful beads. The term is derived from the mat being put at a person's "place" at a table.
A type of mat created, designed and used to go under any type of dish.
In our house we have a placemat for use at the table and one for under the dogs dish in the utility room.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
All these mothers and fathers bring me the placemats with all the presidents, and they bring their daughters, and they say, 'My daughter has a question for you.' And the daughter says, 'How come there are no girls on this placemat?' i think that's a pretty big unconventional choice.
This is a way to say, ‘ You ’ve been exposed to a lot of different ideas, and particularly in this moment when there ’s a lot of discussion about various topics, you ’re going to go home and you may or may not be able to speak the same language, ’ it ’s not that you have to believe in what ’s on the placemat, but it gives you some tools to be able to have productive conversations.
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