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room for improvement

This page is about the collocation room for improvement

collocation pattern: noun + noun

Meaning

the possibility or need for something to improve

For example

  • There's clearly room for improvement in the way we market our products.

  • Don't you think there's room for improvement in our team's fitness program?

Note:
Often used when saying something needs improving, or isn't very good.

Quick Quiz

If there's no room for improvement, something must be

a. perfect

b. fairly good

c. already improving

Contributor: Matt Errey