credenza

[kri-den-zuh]
noun
1.
Also, credence. a sideboard or buffet, especially one without legs.
2.
a closed cabinet for papers, office supplies, etc., often of desk height and matching the other furniture in an executive's office.
3.
Ecclesiastical, credence ( def 3 ).

Origin:
1875–80; < Italian < Medieval Latin crēdentia (in ecclesiastical usage) a sideboard for holding sacramental vessels; see credence

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credenza (krɪˈdɛnzə)
 
n
another name for credence table
 
[Italian: see credence]

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Example sentences
By tradition, food to be tested before it was served to the ruler was set on a
  sideboard, or credenza.
Level the desk and shell credenza using the adjustable glides.
Credenza bases, desks and credenza upper storage units can be configured to
  meet any specific office requirement.
Credenza bases, desks and credenza upper storage units can be configured to
  meet specific office requirements.
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