bombard collocations and examples

 UK /bɒmˈbɑː(r)d/

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direct a lot of questions or information at someone [usually passive]

Adverbs frequently used with bombard
constantly, continually, daily, relentlesslyYoung women are constantly bombarded with adverts that make them feel inadequate.
Nouns frequently used after bombard with
information: adverts, emails, images, information, messages, propagandaPoliticians were bombarded with propaganda from the big oil companies.questions or requests: calls, questions, requestsSorry to hear of your disappointment, but the company is bombarded with requests for work experience.
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