- 1 [Archit] columna (f) Trajan's Column la columna Trajana Nelson's Column el monumento a Nelson column of mercury columna de mercurio
- 2 (on grid, chart, screen) columna (f) first row down, second column along primera línea, segunda columna
- 3 [Journ] [Print] columna (f) her name often appears in our columns su nombre aparece con frecuencia en las columnas de nuestro periódico he writes a column for 'The Globe' es columnista de 'The Globe' (before n) hundreds of column inches have been written about the subject el tema ha hecho correr ríos de tinta
- 4 [Mil] columna (f) a column of tanks una columna de tanques
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