[ kˈɒlʌm ˈɪnt͡ʃ], [ kˈɒlʌm ˈɪntʃ], [ k_ˈɒ_l_ʌ_m ˈɪ_n_tʃ]
How to use "Column inch" in context?
Column inches, or ci, are an important unit of measurement in the printing and publishing industry. They are derived from the old Roman inch, which is equal to 1/12 of a foot.
A column inch is equal to 24.47 mm, and a page is approximately 1.5 times as wide as it is high. Thus, a sheet that is 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches high would be considered a "double-page spread.
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