active


active
adj.
VERBS
be
become
keep (sb), remain, stay

Try to keep active in the cold weather.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
highly

a highly active volcano

increasingly
mentally, physically

It's important to remain mentally active after retirement.

sexually

By the age of 18, 65% of teenagers report being sexually active.

economically, politically

When did you first become politically active?

PREPOSITION
against

drugs that are active against cancers

in

She has been active in local politics for some years.

Active is used with these nouns: ↑campaigner, ↑collaboration, ↑combat, ↑complicity, ↑component, ↑compound, ↑consideration, ↑construction, ↑cooperation, ↑discrimination, ↑dislike, ↑document, ↑duty, ↑encouragement, ↑engagement, ↑euthanasia, ↑faith, ↑feminist, ↑force, ↑hepatitis, ↑hostility, ↑imagination, ↑ingredient, ↑interest, ↑intervention, ↑involvement, ↑learning, ↑life, ↑lifestyle, ↑market, ↑member, ↑membership, ↑military, ↑opposition, ↑part, ↑participant, ↑participation, ↑partner, ↑population, ↑pursuit, ↑recruitment, ↑resistance, ↑retirement, ↑role, ↑roster, ↑service, ↑sport, ↑step, ↑substance, ↑support, ↑supporter, ↑suspension, ↑user, ↑verb, ↑vocabulary, ↑volcano, ↑wear, ↑window

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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