關於Collocation的意思和用法的提問

包含"Collocation"的句子的意思

Q: Look at collocations for /law/.
i.e. A law is passed or implemented
と先生に言われたんですが、これはどういう意味ですか?
是什麼意思
A: Collocationsは、よく一緒に使う言葉の事です。
Q: When do you usually use this collocation: "nearly through"?
Is this correct? -> I'm nearly through here (= I'm just about done with this). Or it means smth went through?是什麼意思
A: It means “I’m almost done!/I’m almost out of here!”
Q: the collocation “shrink them into perspective” mean? You have to do so much and there could be something wrong with every single one, everyday. You’ve got to minimise those things and shrink them into perspective.是什麼意思
A: Put them in proportion. Shrink means to make smaller and perspective here means to make the things easier to deal with
Q: collocation是什麼意思
A: A collocation is a set of words that form a common phrase.

For example, "go out to eat" is a collocation. It is common for these words to be used together, and very uncommon to change one of the words. English speakers frequently say "go out to eat", but don't say "travel out to eat" or "go out to dine".
Q: collocation是什麼意思
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"Collocation" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 I am studying adverb-adjective collocations. I studied 'relatively unscathed.' Can I use any adverbs to modify unscathed? Or is there an awkward adverb before unscathed? For example, can I say, very unscathed, or pretty unscathed? 的例句給我。
A: No, you wouldn't want to use just any old adverb. Use adverbs that imply a relative sense, or a complete sense:

I escaped relatively unscathed.
I escaped more or less unscathed.
I escaped for the large part unscathed.
I escaped essentially unscathed.
I escaped rather unscathed.
I escaped pretty unscathed.
I escaped nearly unscathed.
I escaped almost completely unscathed.
I escaped mostly unscathed.

I escaped completely unscathed.
I escaped totally unscathed.
I escaped absolutely unscathed.
I escaped thoroughly unscathed.

But "very" is a awkward choice, I think.
Q: 請提供關於 "laden" and "...-laden"
I can't find its collocation with noun. 的例句給我。
A: Yes, those semtences are correct.

The tables were laden with food.
The banks are laden with bad loans.
Many of their heavy industries are laden with debt.
He always comes back laden with presents for everyone.
Q: 請提供關於 Which collocation is wrong? a) make a speech b) make my day c) make an experiment d) make the bed e) make sense f) make sure 的例句給我。
A: c
We usually say "do an experiment"
Q: 請提供關於 collocations with GO, Make,get and so on 的例句給我。
A: I will GO to the store today to GET ingredients for the meal that I will MAKE tonight.

"Collocation"的近義詞和區別

Q: collocation 和 phrasal verb 的差別在哪裡?
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Q: collocation 和 phrasal verbs 的差別在哪裡?
A: Collocations are groups of words that are usually used together.
Examples:
Tough break
Heavy traffic


Phrasal verbs are a kind of collocation that combines a verb and another word. In other words, phrasal verbs are common word combinations that can form an action.
Examples:
Pay attention
Look straight
Make a difference




"Collocation" 的翻譯

Q: When can I use: carry out? with which collocations? give me some examples please用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
A: The soldier carried out the instructions from his superior officer.
At work I carry out everything I have to do by 12 o'clock.
John, can you carry out these items to the car as I am taking them round to a friend's house.
Q: collocation用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
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Q: ‘some...or other’ (what are the common phrases/ collocations of ‘some... or other’ in the UK?)用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
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Q: collocation 用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
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Q: What collocation do you use with 'conundrum'?
Is 'to solve a conundrum' correct? 用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?

"Collocation"有關的其他問題

Q: Please tell me the correct collocation:
A. pat yourself on the back = praise yourself

B. put yourself on the back = praise yourself
A: A is the answer.
A. pat yourself on the back = praise yourself
Q: Complete with verb-noun collocations and then write example sentences. :

concert;count;fool; *frog* ; motion; praise

1. have a frog* in your throat --> The examiner couldn't understand me because i had a grog in my throat.
2. lose ..... of sth -->
3. make a ..... of sb -->
4. propose a ..... -->
5. put on a ..... -->
6. shower sb with ..... -->
A: 2. I lose count of ( ) when you interrupt me with your questions.
3. Don't make a fool of yourself dancing around in front of your grandmother.
4. He proposed a motion that the directors meet only twice a quarter.
5. BTS and Jimi Hendrix put on a concert together. How could I have missed that!
6. The artists were showered with praise for their talent .
Q: I’ve learned the collocation, “heavy rain”. but what if I use “rain” as a verb? still “it rains strongly” is unnatural? and I must say “it rains heavily”?
A: @moriagedon

SaiTeja was joking about "weight." "Raining hard" sounds more natural than "raining heavily" just because that's what people usually say.
Q: Could you please tell me some collocations that you often use in daily speech?
A: 20 collocations I can think of (off the top of my head) are:

do my homework
make a mistake
do my best
take a shower
lay the table
do the dishes
do my hair
cross the road
take a break
make a lot of noise
cast a vote
throw a party
save money
waste my time
spend time on sth
follow the rules
get a job
make a decision
make a mess
have an accident
Q: this collocation was found just three times in this page 聼起來自然嗎?
A: "only" instead of "just" and "category" instead of "collocation"

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