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col·lo·cate

 (kŏl′ə-kāt′)
v. col·lo·cat·ed, col·lo·cat·ing, col·lo·cates
v.tr.
To place together or in proper order; arrange side by side.
v.intr.
To occur in a collocation. Used of words: Rancid often collocates with butter.

[Latin collocāre, collocāt- : com-, com- + locāre, to place; see locate.]

collocate

(ˈkɒləˌkeɪt)
vb
(tr) to group or place together in some system or order
[C16: from Latin collocāre, from com- together + locāre to place, from locus place]

col•lo•cate

(ˈkɒl əˌkeɪt)

v. -cat•ed, -cat•ing. v.t.
1. to arrange in proper order, esp. to place side by side.
v.i.
2. (of a word) to enter into a collocation.
[1505–15; < Latin collocātus, past participle of collocāre to set up, arrange =col- col-1 + locāre to place; see locate]

collocate


Past participle: collocated
Gerund: collocating

Imperative
collocate
collocate
Present
I collocate
you collocate
he/she/it collocates
we collocate
you collocate
they collocate
Preterite
I collocated
you collocated
he/she/it collocated
we collocated
you collocated
they collocated
Present Continuous
I am collocating
you are collocating
he/she/it is collocating
we are collocating
you are collocating
they are collocating
Present Perfect
I have collocated
you have collocated
he/she/it has collocated
we have collocated
you have collocated
they have collocated
Past Continuous
I was collocating
you were collocating
he/she/it was collocating
we were collocating
you were collocating
they were collocating
Past Perfect
I had collocated
you had collocated
he/she/it had collocated
we had collocated
you had collocated
they had collocated
Future
I will collocate
you will collocate
he/she/it will collocate
we will collocate
you will collocate
they will collocate
Future Perfect
I will have collocated
you will have collocated
he/she/it will have collocated
we will have collocated
you will have collocated
they will have collocated
Future Continuous
I will be collocating
you will be collocating
he/she/it will be collocating
we will be collocating
you will be collocating
they will be collocating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been collocating
you have been collocating
he/she/it has been collocating
we have been collocating
you have been collocating
they have been collocating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been collocating
you will have been collocating
he/she/it will have been collocating
we will have been collocating
you will have been collocating
they will have been collocating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been collocating
you had been collocating
he/she/it had been collocating
we had been collocating
you had been collocating
they had been collocating
Conditional
I would collocate
you would collocate
he/she/it would collocate
we would collocate
you would collocate
they would collocate
Past Conditional
I would have collocated
you would have collocated
he/she/it would have collocated
we would have collocated
you would have collocated
they would have collocated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.collocate - have a strong tendency to occur side by side; "The words 'new' and 'world' collocate"
occur - to be found to exist; "sexism occurs in many workplaces"; "precious stones occur in a large area in Brazil"
2.collocate - group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side
group - arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
Translations
bijeenstaanbijeenzettensamenstaansamenzetten

collocate

[ˈkɒləkət] (Ling)
A. Ncolocador m
B. VI [ˈkɒləkeɪt] to collocate withcolocarse con

collocate

vt (Gram) → nebeneinanderstellen; to be collocatednebeneinanderstehen

collocate

[n ˈkɒləkət; vb ˈkɒləkeɪt] (Ling)
1. ncollocazione f
2. viaccordarsi
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