broad, general, larger, overall, wider
You can't just look at it in terms of the immediate problem. You've got to see it in a wider context.
| narrow | immediate
A work which transcends its immediate historical context and speaks to later generations.
| correct, proper, real, right | appropriate, realistic, relevant
to present examples of language in use in an appropriate context
| certain, given, particular, specific
These actions only have meaning within certain specific contexts.
| original | changed, changing, different, new, novel | meaningful
Children need meaningful contexts for their work in science.
| neutral | contemporary, modern | everyday, normal | global, international, local, national, regional | human
It is natural to find conflict in the work environment, in the family, or any other human context.
| communicative, conversational | experimental, practical, theoretical | classroom, school | business, commercial, cultural, economic, educational, fictional, geographical, historical, legal, literary, political, religious, social | Christian, Islamic, etc. | African, Asian, etc.
VERB + CONTEXT
offer (sb), provide (sb with)
Institutions provide a context in which individuals can take on different roles.
| place sth in, put sth into, set sth in
This speech needs to be set in the context of Britain in the 1960s.
| consider/examine/look at/see/understand/view sth in
His decision can only be understood in context.
| quote sth out of, take sth out of
Her reply was quoted out of context and seemed to mean something quite different from what she had intended.
in (a/the) ~
Similar problems have arisen in other contexts.
| within a/the ~
You've got to look at these remarks within the context of the recent scandals.
| ~ for
a neutral context for sharing and debating ideas
a range/variety of contexts
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