past tense: tabled; past participle: tabled
postpone consideration of.
"I'd like the issue to be tabled for the next few months"
synonyms: postpone, delay, defer, sideline, put on the back burner
"the council tabled the rezoning issue until April"
present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting.
"an MP tabled an amendment to the bill"
THEY ARE EXACT OPPOSITES. Two countries divided by a common language, right? I got confused at work recently when someone used it in the American sense, and I understood the British one (wait, why are we moving on now...?). I never thought I'd have reverse translation issues. Some words still pop out strangely, like quinine. That one's just more fun to say the British way. But you'll never get me to say aluminium!
That would just sound affected.