What does it mean if a class is named something like this ".name.name2" and how to call it in HTML?

I’m currently working on the Pro Intensive project “MyTimes”, and one of the instructions tells me to create these classes:

.column.large {
width: 630px;

.column.medium {
width: 300px;

.column.small {
width: 240px;

it means the element needs to have both classes, so for example:

<div class='column large'>i am affected</div>
<div class='column'>i am not affected</div>
<div class='large'>i am also not affected</div>

the .column.large selector would only target the first element/div. Not the remaining two, they have only 1 of the 2 classes, not both, as required by the css selector

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