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I need a good dictionary of collocations. On Amazon I found these two:

  1. MacMillan Collocations Dictionary

  2. Oxford Collocations Dictionary for students of English

Which is better?

Do you know any other dictionary?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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You might look into using corpora, some of which have excellent searching options once you learn their respective syntaxes.

I find BYU corpora, though lacking in curb appeal, to be excellent for collocations. Downside: You may need to create an account and/or limit your number of queries per day unless you're willing to subscribe.

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