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pillar British & World English

A tall vertical structure of stone, wood, or metal, used as a support for a building, or as an ornament or monument

tower of strength British & World English

A person who can be relied upon to give a great deal of support and comfort to others

pillar box British & World English

(In the UK) a large red cylindrical public postbox

pillar rose British & World English

A climbing rose suitable for training on an upright

Asoka pillar British & World English

A pillar with four lions on the capital, built by the Emperor Asoka at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh to mark the spot where the Buddha publicly preached his first sermon, and adopted as a symbol by the government of India

pillar-box red British & World English

A bright red colour, like that in which pillar boxes are painted

from pillar to post British & World English

From one place to another in an unceremonious or fruitless manner

tower of strength in strength British & World English

A person who can be relied upon to give a great deal of support and comfort to others

from pillar to post in pillar British & World English

From one place to another in an unceremonious or fruitless manner

pillar English Thesaurus

eight stone pillars supported a dome

pillar English-Spanish

pilar masculine, columna feminine

pillar Spanish-English

to catch

pillar box New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attrib.)

pillar box English-Spanish

buzón masculine

pillar a algn en bragas in bragas Spanish-English

to catch sb with their pants, to catch sb on the hop

pillar a algn en bolas in bola Spanish-English

to catch sb on the hop, to catch sb with their pants

I ducked behind a pillar in duck English-Spanish

me escondí rápidamente detrás de una columna

agarrar or pillar una mierda in mierda Spanish-English

to get rat-assed, to get shit-faced, to get pissed