Definition of collocation
Origin of collocation
OTHER WORDS FROM collocationcol·lo·ca·tion·al, col·lo·ca·tive, adjective
Words nearby collocation
How to use collocation in a sentence
We cannot tell whether it depends wholly on laws, or partly on laws and partly on a collocation.
If it depends on a collocation, it will be true in all the cases in which that particular collocation exists.
The derivative law in this case depends not solely on laws, but on a collocation; and collocations cannot be reduced to any law.
Whereas Descartes made the union between them a violent collocation, Geulincx practically called it a miracle.
The collocation of "grace" and "strength" in the ninth verse is characteristic of the New Testament, and very significant.