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Pronunciation of Columnists: Learn how to pronounce Columnists in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word column:

noun
1an upright pillar, typically cylindrical, supporting an arch, entablature, or other structure or standing alone as a monument:
a wide entrance portico of eight Ionic columns
the pulpit is hexagonal and stands on seven columns
a vertical, roughly cylindrical thing:
a great column of smoke
an upright shaft for controlling a machine or vehicle:
a Spitfire control column
2a vertical division of a page or text:
turn to page five, column seven
detail your expenses in the left-hand column
a vertical arrangement of figures or other information:
list your strengths and weaknesses in two columns
the typical business report consists of columns and rows of numeric information
a regular section of a newspaper or magazine devoted to a particular subject or written by a particular person:
he has a weekly column in a Sydney newspaper
I’ve been reading your column for five years
3one or more lines of people or vehicles moving in the same direction:
a column of tanks moved north-west
we walked in a column
Military a narrow-fronted deep formation of troops in successive lines:
a column of 300 to 400 troops
a military force or convoy of ships:
Moran had commanded a column in the war
he organized his column for the coming march
Derivatives
columnar
Pronunciation: /kəˈlʌmnə/

adjective
columned
adjective
[often in combination]:
a four-columned portico
Origin:
late Middle English: partly from Old French columpne, reinforced by its source, Latin columna ‘pillar’

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