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collocation
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
collocation /,kɔlə'keiʃn/
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    • sự sắp xếp vào một chỗ; sự sắp đặt theo thứ tự
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun (linguistics)
1 [C] a combination of words in a language, that happens very often and more frequently than would happen by chance: 'Resounding success' and 'crying shame' are English collocations.
2 [U] the fact of two or more words often being used together, in a way that happens more frequently than would happen by chance: Advanced students need to be aware of the importance of collocation.


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