contribute collocations and examples

 UK /kənˈtrɪbjuːt/

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help to achieve somethinggive money, time etc

Adverbs frequently used with contribute
very much: actively, considerably, effectively, enormously, fully, greatly, massively, materially, meaningfully, positively, significantly, substantiallyThese strengths contribute significantly to the establishment of an effective climate for learning.directly/indirectly: directly, indirectlyI’d like to thank everybody who has contributed directly or indirectly to the success of this venture.equally: equallyNot everyone contributed equally to the group work sessions.
Adverbs frequently used with contribute
equally, financially, generously, substantially
Nouns frequently used as the object of contribute
experience, expertise, material, money, resources, suggestions, thoughts, time, viewsWe hope that you will be willing to contribute your thoughts and expertise on the subject.
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