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French translation of “column”

column

noun /ˈkoləm/
a stone or wooden pillar used to support or adorn a building
colonne
the carved columns in the temple.
something similar in shape
colonne
a column of smoke.
a vertical row (of numbers)
colonne
He added up the column (of figures) to find the answer.
a vertical section of a page of print
colonne
a newspaper column.
a section in a newspaper, often written regularly by a particular person
chronique
He writes a daily column about sport.
a long file of soldiers marching in short rows
colonne
a column of infantry.
a long line of vehicles etc, one behind the other.
colonne
columnist /ˈkoləmnist/ noun a person who writes regular articles for a newspaper.
chroniqueur
(Definition of column from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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