Learn 80+ Common Adjective Noun Collocations in English (from D to G).
List of Useful Adjective Noun Collocations.
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- 1 Daily life
- 2 Dead body
- 3 Dead silence
- 4 Dead-end job
- 5 Deadly weapon
- 6 Deep breath
- 7 Deep depression
- 8 Deep devotion
- 9 Deep feeling
- 10 Deep pocket
- 11 Deep sleep
- 12 Deep thought
- 13 Deep trouble
- 14 Detailed description
- 15 Direct action
- 16 Direct flight
- 17 Direct quote
- 18 Dirty joke
- 19 Dirty laundry
- 20 Dirty player
- 21 Distant relative
- 22 Dual nationality
- 23 Early days
- 24 Early night
- 25 Early riser
- 26 Early start
- 27 Easy answer
- 28 Easy money
- 29 Easy question
- 30 Economic growth
- 31 Educational technology
- 32 Empty promise
- 33 Entry-level job
- 34 Equal rights
- 35 Essential services
- 36 Ethical investment
- 37 Ethnic minority
- 38 Express bus/coach/train
- 39 Fair deal
- 40 False impression
- 41 False teeth
- 42 Familiar face
- 43 Fatal accident
- 44 Flat battery
- 45 Flat tyre
- 46 Foreign policy
- 47 Free speech
- 48 Free spirit
- 49 Front door
- 50 Front page
- 51 Front row
- 52 Front seat
- 53 Good cause
- 54 Good chance
- 55 Good company
- 56 Good deal
- 57 Good idea
- 58 Good luck
- 59 Good time
- 60 Great admiration
- 61 Great anger
- 62 Great deal of
- 63 Great detail
- 64 Great disapointment
- 65 Great enjoyment
- 66 Great excitement
- 67 Great failure
- 68 Great fun
- 69 Great happiness
- 70 Great joy
- 71 Great length
- 72 Great number
- 73 Great power
- 74 Great pride
- 75 Great quantity
- 76 Great sensitivity
- 77 Great skill
- 78 Great strength
- 79 Great understanding
- 80 Great wealth
- 81 Guilty party
- Commuting is a part of daily life for many people.
- I am afraid of a dead body.
- There was a gasp from Peter and then a dead silence.
- Waitressing was a dead-end job.
- A knife is a deadly weapon.
- She took a deep breath.
- He sank into a deep depression.
- We will miss his deep devotion to our congregation and his family.
- He’s truly a man of principle, and of deep feeling.
- For investors with deep pockets, the Berlin property market is attractive.
- She was woken from a deep sleep by a ring at the door.
- Working alone provides concentration and time for deep thought.
- The economy is in deep trouble.
Useful Adjective Noun Collocations | Image 1
- You can read a detailed description of the products on their Web site.
- Peaceful direct action by pressure groups has a powerful effect on public opinion.
- This is the first direct flight to Tokyo.
- Article is a mess, particularly with overuse of direct quotes.
- I wish he wouldn’t tell dirty jokes.
- There was a pile of dirty laundry on his bed.
- She’s a dirty player.
- Beyond this close circle are more distant relatives and casual friends.
- She has dual nationality.
- It’s early days yet. We don’t know if the play will be a success.
- I think I’ll have an early night.
- Wish out loud that you’d rather be an early riser.
- An early start enabled us to avoid the traffic.
- That’s an easy answer.
- He started stealing as a way of making easy money.
- That’s a really easy question.
- The economic growth dipped to a low point last year.
- For educational technology to be used effectively, it has to be planned and managed well.
- I didn’t make any empty promises.
- We need to create more entry-level jobs for people with the fewest job skills who need opportunities the most.
- Women demanded equal rights.
- The law prohibits workers in essential services from striking.
- Ethical investment funds typically avoid military manufacturers, oil companies and tobacco producers.
- The government worked out special plans for the integration of ethnic minorities into the society.
- Express bus service permits were issued freely without regard to passenger traffic.
- To get a fair deal you need to be fully aware of your legal entitlements.
- Many people got the false impression she didn’t care.
- The worst thing is that your false teeth keep falling out on the dancefloor.
- I couldn’t see any familiar faces in the room.
- This is a fatal accident.
- The car’s got a flat battery.
- I had a flat tyre on the way home.
- Support for human rights is a key element in our foreign policy.
- The demonstrators were demanding rights of assembly and free speech.
- I like to think of myself as a free spirit.
- A gust of wind blew the front door shut.
- The newspaper report was on the front page.
- He took the outside of the front row away from Michael Andretti.
- The one in the front seat pressed a gun to her chest.
- The function took a lot of organizing, but was all in a good cause.
- Nowadays a premature baby has a very good chance of survival.
- The children are very good company at this age.
- I’m feeling a good deal better.
- It would be a good idea to call before we leave.
- Good luck! I hope it goes well.
- Mike and I shared some really good times.
Useful Adjective Noun Collocations | Image 2
- I read the book, when it came out, with great admiration; the movie is even better.
- That move has prompted great anger across the country.
Great deal of
- The paintings cost a great deal of money.
- He would describe it in great detail.
- “Julie was a great disappointment to her,” Mr. Gurian said.
- In my own work, I take great enjoyment playing off formality- making something predictable feel subversive.
- Sofia always prepared for it with great excitement.
- The meeting between reader and writer was a great failure.
- He relaxed and was great fun.
- It gives us great happiness that we can see all of them today.
- Friends found great joy in his humor.
- Both our guys have great length and height.
- A great number of such marriages end in divorce.
- Writer shows how the reporters did not wield great power.
- He took great pride in their many accomplishments.
- The Internet enables the search for a great quantity of information.
- I have a great sensitivity to kids.
- He is a chef of great skill and intelligence.
- She was a woman of valor and great strength.
- He’s got a great understanding of this offense.
- He soon acquired great wealth and power.
- The guilty party may be guilty but they have provided a service.