culmination collocations and examples

 UK /ˌkʌlmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

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the final result of a process that has continued for a long time


Adjectives frequently used with culmination
final, fitting, logical, successful, ultimateThe piece is a fitting culmination of the band’s previous work.
Verbs frequently used with culmination
be the culmination of something: mark, representThe development of this service represents the culmination of 36 months of work.reach a culmination: reachThey understood how human history would reach its culmination.
Nouns frequently used after culmination of
period of time: decade, lifetime, period, phase, yearHer suicide was the culmination of thirteen years of mental crises.work/effort: campaign, effort, process, project, struggle, workThe culmination of this process is her precociously mature work.The law represents the culmination of a long struggle for equal rights.something you hope for: ambition, dreamThe completion of the new stadium will be the culmination of a dream to bring top-flight football to the city.
 
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