Collocations beginning with D. Select a collocation for more details.
life as experienced from day to day
corpse, or the body of someone who's died
a point at which no further progress seems possible
a street or road that traffic enters and leaves at one end only
a job with no prospects for advancement
any object that's used for killing
a silence that everyone notices
to officially announce that a country is going to war against another country
If you're in a deep sleep, you can't be easily woken.
seriously split by disputes or different opinions
strongly held, esp. of beliefs, views, convictions, etc.
strongly connected to the past, esp. of beliefs, culture, prejudice, conflict, etc.
to manage or assist in the birth of a baby
the exact time at which a plane, train, etc. is scheduled to leave
a job at a desk or in an office
a description that includes many details
a flight that doesn't stop on its way to a destination
the exact words that a quoted person said or wrote
a joke that's related to sex
unwashed clothes, sheets, towels, etc.
a player who breaks the rules or tries to hurt other players
a relative you share distant family ties with
to make an arrangement, esp. in business
do something to help somebody
to improve in performance or condition
to engage in business activity
to have a good effect on somebody or something
to have a bad effect on somebody or something
to wash plates, cups, pots, pans, knives, forks, etc. used to cook and eat a meal
to iron clothes, sheets, etc.
to buy food and groceries
to wash clothes, sheets, towels, etc.
to perform well in a job, a game, an exam, etc.
to put effort into a task or a job
do all you can to succeed
do what you should do at work, at home, or for your community
to not be upset or concerned about something
don't care, or not be upset about something
to not dislike, or to not have an aversion to something
to make somebody feel very annoyed or upset
to stop talking about something
having citizenship in two different countries