embrace collocations and examples

 UK /ɪmˈbreɪs/

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to welcome and completely accept a belief, method etc

Adverbs frequently used with embrace
fully or enthusiastically: actively, eagerly, enthusiastically, fully, heartily, readily, uncritically, wholeheartedly, willinglyHe enthusiastically embraced new technology and in particular the internet.publicly: openly, publiclySome firms are beginning to publicly embrace workers’ rights.
Nouns frequently used as the object of embrace
challenge, change, concept, diversity, ethos, idea, innovation, notion, opportunity, principle, technologyShe embraces diversity, and believes that all students should have an opportunity to contribute to music lessons.
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