model


model
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noun
1 copy of sth
ADJECTIVE
full-scale, scale
three-dimensional
detailed
working
clay, plastic, wooden, etc.
VERB + MODEL
assemble, build, construct, make
MODEL + NOUN
aeroplane (BrE), airplane (AmE), car, railroad (AmE), railway (BrE), train
PREPOSITION
model of

She made a fantastic clay model of her dog.

2 type of product
ADJECTIVE
de luxe, luxury, popular
basic, standard
latest, new
VERB + MODEL
do, make, produce, release

They do several other models of washing machine.

Later that year, IBM released a similar model at a lower price.

sell
design, develop
recall

They're recalling their new model for modifications to the engine.

3 example
ADJECTIVE
excellent, good
role
simple

We follow a simple accounting model.

classical, standard, traditional

the standard economic model of supply and demand

alternative

They offer an alternative model of married life.

conceptual, experimental, statistical, theoretical
explanatory
business, clinical, economic, mathematical, medical, political, scientific
computer
VERB + MODEL
give sb, present, propose, provide (sb with)

The tape provides a model for students to copy.

construct, develop

She developed a computer model to help farmers with pest control.

adapt, refine, simplify
copy
adopt, use
fit

The book fits the classic model of a postmodern narrative.

be based on
MODEL + NOUN
citizen, pupil (BrE), student (esp. AmE)

In school, he works hard and is a model student.

home (AmE)
PREPOSITION
model of

She was a model of restraint.

model for

Successful schools must be used as models for the rest.

4 person who models
ADJECTIVE
artist's, glamour/glamor (esp. BrE), photographic
female, male
top
catwalk (BrE), fashion, runway (AmE)
VERB + MODEL
photograph, pose, shoot
MODEL + VERB
pose for sb/sth, sit for sb/sth

The model sits for me for three hours every day.

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verb
ADVERB
closely
loosely
accurately, realistically

We can accurately model the development process.

consciously, explicitly

They tried to model the election campaign consciously on Clinton's success.

PREPOSITION
on, upon

We aim to model the system on one used in French hospitals.

Model is used with these nouns as the object: ↑behaviour

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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