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correspondence column

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Definition of correspondence column in English:

noun

British
The part of a newspaper, magazine, or journal that contains letters from readers.
Example sentences
  • I very much hope you can find space in your correspondence column for this letter as I feel the consultants, doctors and nurses deserve recognition for the wonderful work they do on our behalf.
  • Very often we also come across reviews and observations on their articles in the correspondence column of this paper.
  • I was ‘amazed’ to read in your correspondence column of June 20 the letter from him about his great uncle.

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