exploration collocations and examples

 UK /ˌekspləˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

Explore meanings in the Dictionary

a thorough examination or discussion of something

Adjectives frequently used with exploration
thorough: deep, detailed, in-depth, systematic, thoroughFollow these hyperlinks for a thorough exploration of the subject.interesting: fascinating, imaginative, stimulatingThe resulting book is a fascinating exploration of the nature of creativity.
Verbs frequently used with exploration
be worth exploring: deserve, merit, warrantHe notes some other areas which merit further exploration.give useful results: repay, rewardThis is a fascinating area of study that repays exploration.start, continue, and end: begin, commence, conclude, conduct, continue, initiateOn this course you will conduct in-depth explorations of the language of particular authors.
Verbs that frequently follow exploration
discover, encourage, highlight, revealOur exploration highlights the possibility that some systems might be capable of predicting individual health problems.
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