eligible collocations and examples

 UK /ˈelɪdʒəb(ə)l/

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allowed to do or receive something


Nouns frequently used after eligible for
consideration for a job or position: consideration, election, nomination, re-appointment, re-electionAny ex-members of the committee shall be eligible for re-election.membership or inclusion: admission, entry, inclusion, membershipOnly persons aged 16 years or over shall be eligible for membership of any lottery.money: aid, assistance, benefit, funding, help, loan, supportIf you are eligible for help towards the cost of school uniform, we will send you a voucher.money for education: bursary, grant, scholarshipStudents from the poorest backgrounds are eligible for a bursary.money off something: concession, discount, reliefIf your vehicle is 1200cc or less, you may be eligible for the discount.money you get back: compensation, rebate, refundSoiled goods will not be eligible for refund or exchange.permission to leave prison early: paroleUK prisoners are eligible for parole after they have served half their sentence.
Verbs in the infinitive frequently used after eligible
apply, claim, compete, enter, join, participate, play, receive something, register, serve, stand, vote, workWho is eligible to apply for the course?
 
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