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column US English

An upright pillar, typically cylindrical and made of stone or concrete, supporting an entablature, arch, or other structure or standing alone as a monument

column inch US English

A one-inch length of a column in a newspaper or magazine

agony column US English

A column in a newspaper or magazine offering advice on personal problems to readers who write in

fifth column US English

A group within a country at war who are sympathetic to or working for its enemies

spinal column US English

The spine; the backbone

gossip column US English

A section of a newspaper devoted to gossip about well-known people

Lally column US English

A tubular steel column filled with concrete and used as a supporting member in a building

personal column US English

A section of a newspaper devoted to personal ads

steering column US English

A shaft that connects the steering wheel of a vehicle to the rest of the steering mechanism

Nelson's Column US English

A memorial to Lord Nelson in Trafalgar Square, London, consisting of a column 58 metres (170 feet) high surmounted by his statue

vertebral column US English

Another term for spinal column.

correspondence column US English

The part of a newspaper, magazine, or journal that contains letters from readers

fractionating column US English

A tall, horizontally subdivided or packed container for fractional distillation in which vapor passes upward and condensing liquid flows downward. The vapor becomes progressively enriched in more volatile components as it ascends, and the less volatile components become concentrated in the descending liquid, which can be drawn off

column US Thesaurus

arches supported by massive columns

column English-Spanish

columna feminine

fifth column New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

group within a country who are working for its enemies

agony column English-Spanish

consultorio masculine (sentimental)

fifth column English-Spanish

quinta columna feminine

spinal column English-Spanish

columna feminine vertebral, espina feminine dorsal

control column English-Spanish

palanca feminine de mando

advice column in advice English-Spanish

consultorio masculine sentimental

Nelson's Column in column English-Spanish

el monumento a Nelson

a column of tanks in column English-Spanish

una columna de tanques

in the right-hand column in right-hand English-Spanish

en la columna de la derecha

she watched the column of trucks roll by in roll English-Spanish

miró como pasaban los camiones, uno detrás del otro

his column was a regular feature in the paper in feature English-Spanish

su columna era uno de los artículos regulares del periódico

his column is syndicated all over the country in syndicate English-Spanish

su columna se publica en periódicos de todo el país

the column was a vehicle for his prejudices in vehicle English-Spanish

la columna del periódico servía de vehículo para expresar sus prejuicios

they lay o waited in ambush for the column to pass in ambush English-Spanish

esperaron emboscados a que pasara la columna

his column is angled at a middle-class readership in angle English-Spanish

su columna está dirigida a lectores de clase media


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