Collocations beginning with O. Select a collocation for more details.
to do what someone orders or commands you to do
a danger that people doing a particular job face
any whole number that can't be exactly divided by two, such as 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.
to tell someone they can have a job if they want it
to explain why something was done
to convey sympathy to the family or friends of someone who's died
to offer your time and skills to help a person or an organization
a large building that houses many offices
hours when an office is open for business
a job that's done at a desk in an office
the time in life after middle age
a friend you've known for a very long time
to start an account with a bank, credit union, building society, supplier of goods, etc.
to begin an investigation into something
to start shooting with a weapon
the time during which a club, park, library, shop, gallery, etc. is open
If you're openly gay, you don't hide your homosexuality.
a political party that's in opposition to the party or parties in power
special features a product can have if you pay extra for them
farming without using artificial chemicals
the general effect, or overall result, of something
If you think you owe somebody an apology, you think you should say sorry to them.
If you think someone owes you an explanation, you think they should explain why they did something that badly affected you.