column

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Singular
column

Plural
columns

  1. (countable) A column is a support that is standing up and is built to support something, usually on a building.
    The White House was built with several columns' on the front side of the building to help support the building and prevent it from falling down.
  2. (countable) A column is a line of items in a table that goes from top to bottom.
    The title of the second column in the table is "Population in 2009".
  3. (countable) A column is a body of troops that are strung out along a road.
  4. (countable) A column is a body of text in a newspaper that goes from top to bottom.

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  • (line of items in table)

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