bulletin collocations and examples

 UK /ˈbʊlətɪn/

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a short news broadcast, official statement or report giving information

Adjectives frequently used with bulletin
how often: daily, hourly, monthly, nightly, quarterly, regularView our monthly bulletin online or send for a free printed copy.how published: electronic, online, printedThe service includes electronic bulletins delivered to the inboxes of subscribing customers.
Nouns frequently used before bulletin
contents: information, news, security, weatherThe results were broadcast in the evening news bulletin.method of broadasting or publishing: email, online, radio, television, TVTelevision news bulletins are now available 24 hours a day.
Verbs frequently used with bulletin
send out a bulletin: broadcast, circulate, distribute, issue, post, publish, releaseThe unit regularly issues volcano bulletins for monitored active volcanoes.read a bulletin: present, readShe presents weekend news bulletins.
Verbs that frequently follow bulletin
feature, outline, provide, reportThis bulletin provides regular updates on the progress of the project.
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