have a strong tendency to occur side by side; "The words 'new' and 'world' collocate"
In linguistics, if one word collocates with another, they often occur together. `Detached' collocates with `house'. when words collocate, they are often used together and sound natural together collocate with (past participle of collocare , from com- ( COM-) + locare ( LOCATE))
We said at first breāk fâst—“I broke fast at such an hour this morning:” he, or they, who first ventured to say I breakfasted were guilty of as heinous a violation of grammatical rule as he would be who should now declare I takedinnered, instead of I took dinner; but good usage came over to their side and ratified the blunder, because the community were minded to give a specific name to their earliest meal and to the act of partaking of it, and therefore converted the collocation breākfâst into the real compound brĕakfast.
patterns of words appearing together (*) (+) collocate: to appear together, or words that appear together (In the collocations 'apple tree', 'apple pie', and 'Adam's apple', 'apple' collocates with 'tree', 'pie', and 'Adam's' They are collocates )
In linguistics, collocation is the way that some words occur regularly whenever another word is used. the basic notion of collocation. the way in which some words are often used together, or a particular combination of words used in this way
(kollokasjon): a pair or group of words which tend to occur together For example, pretty often collocates with nouns referring to women and girls, while handsome tends to collocate with nouns referring to men
A process that attempts to keep all data belonging to a single client node or a single client file space on a minimal number of sequential access media volumes within a storage pool Collocation can reduce the number of volumes that must be accessed when a large amount of data must be restored
The process of keeping all data belonging to a single client node or a single client file space on a minimal number of sequential-access volumes within a storage pool Collocation can reduce the number of volumes that must be accessed when a large amount of data must be restored
The installation and maintenance of a computer at an Internet service provider (ISP) that belongs to another company or group A company might collocate one of its servers at an ISP to save costs or to make large-scale upgrades easier
Placement of multiple antennas at a common physical site to reduce environmental impact and real estate costs and speed zoning approvals and net work deployment Collocation can be affected by competitive and interference factors Some companies act as brokers, arranging for sites and coordinating several carriers' antennas at a single site (Back to top )
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