cydleoliad, cydleoliadau, chydleoliad, chydleoliadau, gydleoliad, gydleoliadau, nghydleoliad, nghydleoliadau
Noun(1) a grouping of words in a sentence(2) the act of positioning close together (or side by side
(1) He said DP-AF would also better recognise some of the cross-issues, such as collocation of serving members, because the personnel managers would work alongside one another.(2) The collocation of the JSRC in the CAOC did not occur by happenstance.(3) the words have a similar range of collocation(4) 3 Wright is careful with his words, and so we can conclude that the repeated collocation of the phrases ├ö├ç├┐moral bootstraps├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐Pelagianism├ö├ç├û is no accident.(5) the collocation of the two pieces(6) Despite the legal prohibition, Army plans already have included such collocation of women-men units in blueprints for a lighter force of 10 active divisions, according to Defense Department sources.(7) That collocation of ingredients necessarily is attended with harm to the competitive process.(8) Then finally one has to consider whether the step is properly described as a new combination of integers or merely as a collocation of old ones.(9) If the substituted words have relevant meanings, so much the better; and if the original collocation is archaic or otherwise non-compositional, that improves the chances still further.(10) What is the highest compliment payable to a stout, 800-page collocation of investigative articles, cultural and literary essays, think pieces, and random philosophical noodling?(11) The fact that profits is used in collocation with the expression ├ö├ç├┐could reasonably be taken to be attributable├ö├ç├û has considerable significance.(12) Carol Hamilton will follow up with the NCER organizers to gather more specific data about costs, registration fees, and space needs before a final decision about collocation and support can be made.(13) The significant potential deficiencies in terms of both CIS and support manpower were a major driver toward the intended collocation of the JFACHQ with the JTFHQ.(14) The Army Test and Evaluation Command will assess the potential for consolidation and collocation of its headquarters and report recommendations in the spring.(15) This performance reduces interference from other microwave transmitters when collocation is required, according to company officials.(16) Mr. Platts-Mills Q.C. for the Defendants contended that the claimed integers the subject of claim 1 of the patent in suit are a mere collocation of integers each integer being part of a cell designer's common general knowledge.
(1) collocation :: cydleoli
1. juxtaposition ::
2. apposition ::
Different Formscollocation, collocations
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