85 Useful Noun and Noun Combinations in English (D-O)

Learn Useful Noun and Noun Combinations in English (From D to O).

List of Noun and Noun Collocations with examples.

Collocation Examples

Useful Noun and Noun Collocations (D-O)

Date rape

  • Vince has been convinced ever since that it was date rape.

Day shift

  • She worked the day shift, returning home late in the afternoon.

Death camp

  • We must ensure that the quartering areas do not become death camps.

Death tax

  • Benefit gets duty, salary duty, property tax, death tax.

Death wish

  • In the end, he appeared to suffer from a death wish.

Debit card

  • Banks get paid by retailers each time a debit card is used.

Defense contractor

  • We are being ripped off on what we pay defense contractors.

Defense lawyer

  • Defense lawyers said they would push for it to be closed.

Departure time

  • Do you know your exact departure time?

Desk job

  • Young people have gone away to college and taken desk jobs.

Desktop publishing

  • The more technology you throw at desktop publishing, the better the results.

Detention basin

  • Lefty Gomez Field in Fairfax is a potential site for use as an emergency flood detention basin.

Detention centre

  • He was transferred to an immigration detention centre in May 2008.

Discount rate

  • The discount rate stands at a record low 0 . 5 percent.

Discount store

  • You can usually find economical versions at grocery and discount stores.

Drainage basin

  • The total area is approximately and its drainage basin is over.

Driving licence

  • My driving licence expires in March.

Duct tape

  • “I’m pretty handy with a sewing machine, but duct tape sticks to itself and to other stuff,” she said.

Election fraud

  • The opposition charged election fraud, but the government denied it.

Electronics industry

  • Taylor declined to speculate whether the illness could hurt the electronics industry.

Energy security

  • He portrayed both as key to energy security.

Enterprise zone

  • We have only their failed policies and an enterprise zone in Inverclyde.

Entertainment industry

  • The program was a mix of entertainment industry and celebrity news.

Estate agent

  • After a public school education he became a real estate agent.

Estate tax

  • I think they will do substantial estate tax relief this year.

Expert witness

  • Evans acted as an expert witness for the defence in the case.

Factory farming

  • In factory farming, the breeder hens do not stay with the chicks.

Finance company

  • Consumer finance companies benefited from their lean staffs and fat profit margins.

Flexibility instrument

  • The amounts for the emergency aid reserve and the flexibility instrument will be increased.

Flight deck

  • The detonation of the bomb blew a hole in the flight deck.

Foot soldier

  • She always focused on ordinary foot soldiers and civilians, ignoring the generals.

Freedom fighter

  • I try to contribute my part because I am a freedom fighter.

Fringe benefit

  • He decreased the hours of work and increased salaries and fringe benefits.

Futures contract

  • Most futures contracts are closed out before their delivery or expiration date.

Gender equality

  • No country in the world has achieved gender equality, even though we have big initiatives and laws passed.

Gold mine

  • The first new major gold mine in the Northern Territory in the past 10 years will begin production within the next week.

Government agency

  • The commission is the government agency that would police cable services.

Government office

  • The boulders have already been removed and sent to government offices.

Government security

  • Government security forces were responsible for extrajudicial killings, custodial deaths, disappearances, rape, and torture.

Ground attack

  • The ground attack lasted about half an hour according to one source.

Group dynamics

  • The small group dynamic offers life-giving relationships for young people, he said.

Group therapy

That’s one reason I had such a hard time with group therapy.

Growth industry

  • Forensic science is a growth industry.

Gunboat diplomacy

  • Both countries were practicing gunboat diplomacy on a grand scale.

Hand grenade

  • It was unclear if the device was a hand grenade or bomb.

Head teacher

  • We interviewed the head teacher of the local school.

Health club

  • I work out five days a week in a health club.

Hen weekend

  • Pippa loves skiing, so it was her first choice for a hen weekend.

Highway system

  • The interstate highway system paved the way for the restlessness and relocation.

History department

  • He transferred from engineering to the history department.

Hit list

  • The company drew up a hit list of shops it expects to close.

Hit man

  • Did you see that show about the hit man on TV last night?

Identity crisis

  • My father experienced an identity crisis in middle age.

Index fund

  • The cheapest and easiest alternative is an index fund.

Insurance broker

  • He set up in business as an insurance broker.

Interest group

  • They get the bulk of their money from the special interest groups.

Jail cell

  • The lack of jail cells is a problem across the state.

Jury system

  • We have faith in the jury system and must respect its verdict.

Kitchen cabinet

  • I have plastic covered kitchen cabinets with a wood finish.

Knowledge base

  • They never go to a hospital, but they have a knowledge base.

Labor camp

  • He spent a total of 38 years in prison and labor camps.

Law officer

  • The two groups exchanged heated words, but law officers prevented any fights.

Lead time

  • There are lead times of nine months on some of our components.

Learning disability

  • She has a learning disability and is in a special education program.

Liberation theology

  • It has been a small but influential publisher of liberation theology works.

Lie detector

  • He also offered to take a lie detector test, but was refused.

Line item

  • Maybe you should consider a line item to the university budget.

Liquor license

  • They are jacking up the liquor license all in one sum.

Mail fraud

  • He is charged with four counts of bribery, mail fraud and conspiracy.

Management consulting

  • After graduation, Lee worked for the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company.

Market economy

  • We are moving to a market economy because we have no choice.

Market gardening

  • Farming and market gardening continue to thrive in the area.

Money order

  • Payment can be made by either by credit card or money order.

Motor vehicle

  • This road is closed to motor vehicles.

Music department

  • The music department would get two big practice rooms and a classroom.

Muzzle loader

  • He had five muzzle loaders marked and loaded.

News organization

  • It was not immediately clear who will run the new organization.

News show

  • The creators of the new show make that format sound quaint.

Office block

  • Hotels and office blocks which once advertised waterfront views now face concrete.

Office hours

  • Our telephone lines are open during normal office hours.

Office job

  • I like to work outdoors, but my brother prefers an office job.

Old-growth forest

  • We’re talking about the antiquities of old-growth forest.

Opinion poll

  • Public opinion polls consistently show majority support for continued British rule.

Opposition party

  • Opposition party and union leaders were more bitter in their reaction.

Order book

  • Their total order books remain below normal for that time of year.

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