milk

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noun
ADJECTIVE
fresh
curdled, sour, spoiled (esp. AmE)
full-cream (BrE), full-fat, whole (esp. AmE)
low-fat, semi-skimmed (BrE)
fat-free (AmE), non-fat, skim (AmE), skimmed (BrE)
1%, 2%, etc. (AmE)
creamy
regular (AmE)

a calcium-fortified milk which provides more calcium than regular milk

cold, hot, warm
cow's, goat's, etc.
breast, human
baby, formula (esp. BrE)
coconut, soy (AmE), soya (BrE)
lactose-free
condensed, evaporated

a tin of condensed milk (BrE)

a can of condensed milk (AmE)

dried, dry (AmE), powdered
fluid (AmE)

Dried milk keeps better than fluid milk.

pasteurized, unpasteurized
homogenized
long-life, UHT (BrE)
raw
fortified (AmE)
organic
flavoured/flavored
chocolate, strawberry
school
… OF MILK
litre/liter, pint
bottle, carton, cup, glass, jug, pitcher (AmE)
VERB + MILK
drink, have, take

Do you take milk in your coffee?

consume
add
pour
spill
deliver

They've stopped delivering milk in our area.

boil, heat
produce
express

She expressed some milk so her husband could do the night feeding.

MILK + VERB
be off (esp. BrE)

Don't drink the milk—it's off.

go bad (esp. AmE), go off (esp. BrE), go sour

The milk has gone sour.

MILK + NOUN
powder (BrE)
beverage, drink
pudding (BrE), shake (usually milkshake)
chocolate
product
bottle, carton, churn (BrE), container, jug
crate
production, supply, yield
producer
float, round (both BrE)
moustache/mustache
allergy
cow
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verb
Milk is used with these nouns as the object: ↑cow, ↑goat

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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