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Changing table

British pronunciation/ˈʧeɪnʤɪŋ ˈteɪbl/
American pronunciation/ˈʧeɪnʤɪŋ ˈteɪbl/
Changing table

a specialized piece of furniture with a raised platform and cushioned surface for changing diapers, often with storage shelves or drawers for supplies

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What is a "changing table"?

A changing table is a dedicated and elevated surface designed to safely and comfortably change a baby's diapers. It typically features a sturdy structure with raised sides, a cushioned changing pad, and storage compartments for diapering supplies. Changing tables provide a convenient and ergonomic space for caregivers to change diapers, promoting proper posture and reducing strain on the back and knees. They offer a designated area for diaper changes, minimizing the risk of accidents and providing a hygienic and organized environment. Changing tables facilitate efficient and comfortable diaper changes, ensure the baby's cleanliness, and create a functional space for caregivers to attend to the baby's needs with ease.

1this is a changing table.
2Changing table price is similar to a crib's price, which is around two grand.
3There were diapers, formula, toys, baby clothes, even a changing table and crib.
4Yes, it doesn't necessarily mean that this fast food changing table was terribly dirty, but for the sake of this game Is it my turn?
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