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Translation of "column" - English-Russian dictionary

column

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɒləm/
TALL POST B2 a tall, solid, usually stone post which is used to support a roof or as decoration in a building
колонна
a stone/marble columnArchitectureArches, columns and beams
NEWSPAPER a regular article in a newspaper or magazine on a particular subject or by the same writer
колонка, раздел, рубрика
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
PRINT B2 one of the blocks of print into which a page of a newspaper, magazine, or dictionary is divided
колонка
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
NUMBERS ETC any block of numbers or words written one under the other
столбец
Things collected in lines or rings
a column of sth something with a tall, narrow shape
столб (дыма и т. д.)
A column of smoke rose from the chimney.Things collected in lines or rings
PEOPLE MOVING a long line of moving people or vehicles
колонна
a column of refugees →  See also gossip column Things collected in lines or rings
(Definition of column from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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