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Definition:

The skills or benefits that something or someone offers.

Example Dialogue:

A: Based on talking to him on the phone, I don’t think that he brings very much to the table.
B: I understand why you have that impression, but he actually brings quite a bit to the table. He is brilliant at developing strategy and marketing plans. It is just hard to tell when you first meet him.

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6 years, 2 months ago by hadeel # 1193
thank you for all what u bring to the table

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