combination collocations and examples

 UK /ˌkɒmbɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

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something that combines several things

Adjectives frequently used with combination
best possible: the best, ideal, optimum, perfect, the right, unbeatable, winningHuman-scale farming and low-impact living are a winning combination.unusual: rare, strange, unique, unusualCarlton Park provides a natural centre for business with its unique combination of an outstanding location, thriving local economy and superb environment.good or strong: good, interesting, potent, powerful, wonderfulWe have quite a good combination of skills and experience between us.dangerous: dangerous, deadly, lethalAs well as being highly-strung with a frightening temper, John was also a heavy drinker – a lethal combination.
Nouns frequently used before combination
colourTry out different colour combinations on screen and on paper.
Verbs + in frequently used before combination
be usedHerbal pills may provide some benefit when used in combination with other techniques.
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