Random academic collocations

preliminary (adj), data (n)

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Sample sentences

preliminary findings
result
appropriate
available
collect
empirical
existing
experimental
extract
gather
historical
interpret
missing
numerical
obtain
original
present
primary
process
provide
qualitative
quantitative
raw
record
relevant
reliable
report
secondary
statistical
store
survey
transmit
use (the)
data

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2 comments on “Random academic collocations

    • mm

      You’re right, Vita, that idioms usually contain strong collocation. For example we never say “Kill two birds with one stick,” or “Kill two cats with one stone.” Actually in this post I’m thinking more about combinations of 2 words -v,n; adj,n; etc. But thanks for the input!😊

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