rally

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noun
1 political meeting
ADJECTIVE
big, huge, large, major, mass, massive
public
indoor, outdoor

a massive outdoor rally in Buenos Aires

pep (AmE)

a pep rally before the homecoming game

campaign (esp. AmE), election (esp. BrE), political
opposition, protest
peace
anti-government, anti-war, etc.
pro-government, pro-war, etc.
VERB + RALLY
have, hold, stage

The demonstrators marched to Trafalgar Square where they held a rally.

call for, organize, plan
attend, take part in

About 5 000 people attended a rally calling for peace.

address, speak at
ban

The government banned all rallies.

RALLY + VERB
take place
end
call for sth

a rally calling for a boycott of the January elections

PREPOSITION
at a/the rally

She spoke at a public rally in Hyde Park.

rally against

a mass rally against the treaty

rally for

a rally for the winning candidate

rally in support of

a rally in support of the strike

2 recovery
ADJECTIVE
bear-market, market, stock-market (all business)

The US dollar is now ending its bear-market rally.

dollar, euro, etc.
recent
late

The visiting team staged a late rally.

VERB + RALLY
mount, stage
PREPOSITION
rally in

the recent rally in the Treasury market

3 in tennis
ADJECTIVE
long, short
VERB + RALLY
play
win
lose
4 (BrE) motor race
ADJECTIVE
club, international
motor, motorcycle
VERB + RALLY
hold, organize
compete in, enter
win
RALLY + NOUN
circuit
driver, driving
PREPOSITION
on a/the rally

He will join the team on the rally next week.

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verb
ADVERB
around, round (esp. BrE)

Everyone rallied around and offered to help.

VERB + RALLY
try to

The team captain vainly tried to rally his troops.

PREPOSITION
around, behind, round (esp. BrE)

She urged everyone to rally behind the President.

to

Friends rallied to her.

PHRASES
rally around the flag

We were at war and everyone was rallying around the flag.

rally to sb's defence/defense

BBC leaders rallied to his defence.

rally to sb's/the cause

Friends and colleagues have rallied to her cause.

Rally is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑market, ↑stock
Rally is used with these nouns as the object: ↑support, ↑supporter, ↑troops

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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