column

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkɒləm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈkɑləm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(koləm)


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column

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [stone, wood, marble, steel] column
  2. The columns [supported, held up, sustained] (the structure).
  3. The columns of the [ruins, temple] still stand (today).
  4. erected a column in [honor, memory] of
  5. a (thick) column of [fog, smoke, pollution]
  6. long columns of [tanks, soldiers, troops]
  7. a column of text
  8. the [left, right, middle, center] column
  9. the far [left] column
  10. [adjust, set] the [height, width] of the column
  11. [insert, delete, hide, expand, move, edit] a column
  12. [arrange, sort, filter] the column (by)
  13. arrange the column in [alphabetical, numerical, descending] order
  14. a table [with, consisting of, that has] [four] columns and [three] rows
  15. has her own column in the newspaper
  16. I always read her column.
  17. has a [weekly, daily, weekend] column in the paper
  18. writes a column on [fashion, politics, sports, lifestyle]
  19. writes a (weekly) [fashion] column
n as adj
  1. the column [header, heading, title]
  2. (adjust) the column [height, width]
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