barrage collocations and examples

 UK /ˈbærɑːʒ/

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criticisms, complaints, or questions directed at someone


Adjectives frequently used with barrage
constant, continuous, endless, non-stop, relentless, steady, sustainedIn the end, the constant barrage of negative reporting in the media was bound to affect his popularity.
Verbs frequently used with barrage
experience a barrage: face, receive, suffer, surviveAfter the show, I received a barrage of letters from American viewers.direct a barrage at someone: fire off, launch, maintain, unleashThe association launched a barrage of complaints about illegal file-sharing.
Nouns frequently used after barrage of
abuse, complaints, criticism, emails, insults, mail, propaganda, protests, questionsShe faced a barrage of criticism for her support of the war.
 
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