Definition of 'column'
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These project a vertical column of light when the sun is low in the sky. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There are two ways this column could go. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Nowhere before or since has one column covered so many bases. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The privilege of writing this column is the regular invitations to book launches. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Keep an eye on this column and our pages online. The Sun (2013)Should not a column about radio be as portable as the medium itself? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The pictures are intended to be placed on two columns directly below the main dome. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The first is from the two leading diagonal columns on a keyboard. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You will be stunned to see that the right column is one thousand times longer than the left. Christianity Today (2000)The On this day column is always worth reading. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His informative, always witty columns have owed much to his happy family life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Welcome to my regular gardening column in Weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2009)After all, this is the page where his column usually appears. The Sun (2011)This is to be a column about both, and neither. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a tricky one for this column. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Times ran regular columns of advice on how civilians could aid the war effort. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The two men gazed at the tall column of smoke that climbed up lazily into the sky. Man of Honour (2007)I could write more columns about journalism, which is changing very rapidly and is under great pressure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Notice also that when you made either sound, the flow of the column of air coming from the lungs is momentarily interrupted and then released. Cultural Anthropology (1995)No, it's a column about air conditioning. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This column has always loved a good list, so here's two of them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In 1996 I wrote a weekly humorous column on these pages. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Thomas Kellaway felt very small and timid as he passed between the tall columns outside the amphitheatre. Burning Bright (2007)
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Translations for 'column'
British English: column /ˈkɒləm/ NOUN
A column is a tall solid cylinder, especially one supporting part of a building.
The house had six white columns across the front.
- American English: column
- Arabic: عَمُود
- Brazilian Portuguese: coluna
- Chinese: 圆柱
- Croatian: stup
- Czech: sloup
- Danish: kolonne
- Dutch: kolom
- European Spanish: columna
- Finnish: pylväs
- French: colonne
- German: Säule
- Greek: στήλη
- Italian: colonna
- Japanese: 円柱
- Korean: 기둥
- Norwegian: søyle
- Polish: kolumna
- European Portuguese: coluna
- Romanian: stâlp
- Russian: колонна
- Spanish: columna
- Swedish: kolumn
- Thai: หลักเสาหินใหญ่
- Turkish: sütun
- Ukrainian: колона
- Vietnamese: cột báo
Definition of column from the Collins English Dictionary
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