dissatisfaction collocations and examples

 UK /dɪsˌsætɪsˈfækʃ(ə)n/

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a feeling of not being satisfied with something


Adjectives frequently used with dissatisfaction
involving many people: general, public, widespreadThere was widespread dissatisfaction with the outcome of these negotiations.great: considerable, deep, great, much, profoundThe May elections underlined deep dissatisfaction with Labour.growing: growing, increasingThere is a growing public dissatisfaction with politicians and politics.
Nouns frequently used before dissatisfaction
consumer, customer, jobWorking with IT support staff to eliminate problems that cause customer dissatisfaction is a top priority of the Helpdesk.
Verbs frequently used with dissatisfaction
express dissatisfaction: express, voiceHe wrote to the chief executive to express his dissatisfaction with the way the complaint had been handled.cause dissatisfaction: cause, lead toLow morale and increased pressure on remaining staff can cause further dissatisfaction among the work force.show dissatisfaction: indicate, reflect, revealA recent study revealed widespread dissatisfaction with news coverage.
Nouns + of frequently used before dissatisfaction
cause of dissatisfaction: cause, sourceIf your job is a source of dissatisfaction, the signs are probably clear.expressing or feeling dissatisfaction: expression, feeling, mood, senseTheir experience has left them feeling a profound sense of dissatisfaction with themselves.amount of dissatisfaction: degree, levelThe level of student dissatisfaction with library facilities is high.
 
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