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  1. collocate

    • v.
      (of a word) be habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance;place side by side or in a particular relation
    • n.
      a word that is habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance
    • verb: collocate, 3rd person present: collocates, gerund or present participle: collocating, past tense: collocated, past participle: collocated

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. (of a word) be habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance “maiden” collocates with “voyage.”
    • 2. rare place side by side or in a particular relation McAndrew was a collocated facility with Argentia Naval Station

    名詞

    • 1. a word that is habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance collocates for the word “mortgage” include “lend” and “property.”
    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      (of a word) be habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance: ‘maiden’ collocates with ‘voyage’
    • n.
      a word that is habitually juxtaposed with another with a frequency greater than chance: collocates for the word ‘mortgage’ include ‘lend’ and ‘property’

    Oxford Dictionary