Collocations are combinations of words that are frequently used by native speakers. For example a native English speaker would say “I would like a strong coffee,” not a “powerful coffee,” even though strong and powerful can mean the same thing. Another example might be, an (American) English speaker would say “I would like a grilled cheese sandwich please,” not a “fried cheese sandwich.”
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COLLOCATIONS ABOUT FOOD
(Peaches on a plate by Renoir, 1902-1905)