column noun (PRINTING) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "column" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

column

noun [C] (PRINTING)
印刷
 
 
/ˈkɒl.əm/ US  /ˈkɑː.ləm/
one of several vertical blocks of print into which a page of a newspaper or magazine is divided
(報紙、雜誌上的)欄
I didn't have time to read the whole article - just the first column.
我沒有時間讀整篇文章——只看了第一欄。
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
a piece of writing in a newspaper or magazine which is always written by the same person and which appears regularly, usually on a particular subject
(報紙、雜誌上的)欄目,專欄
She writes a weekly fashion/gossip column for the Evening Standard.
她每週都在《旗幟晚報》的時尚/漫談專欄中發表文章。
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
any vertical block of words or numbers
(詞或數字的)縱列
Add the column of figures and divide the sum by three.
把這列數字相加,再將總數除以3。
Printing and word processing
(Definition of column noun (PRINTING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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