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Collocations with Verbs - A & B

Abandon + Noun: Attempt, Belief, Faith, Hope, Idea, Plan, Pretence, Principle Adverb + Abandon: Altogether, Completely, Entirely, Effectively, Largely, Virtually | Hastily, Quickly | Eventually, Finally, Quickly, Soon abandon | collocation examples, Usage and Definition | collocation dictionary ( Abolish + Noun: Death Penalty, Monarchy, Poverty, Slavery, Slave Trade | Duty, Fee, Grant, Subsidy, Tax | Law, Limit, Requirement, Restriction | Practice, Ritual, Rule Absorb + Noun: Carbon, Energy, Heat, Light, Liquid, Moisture, Nutrients, Radiation, Vitamins, Water Absorbed into + Noun: Bloodstream, Body, Cell, Skin, Tissue Accept + Noun: Blame, Liability, Responsibility | Argument, Fact, Principle, Proposal, Recommendation Adverb + Accepted: Commonly, Generally, Universally, Widely

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