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reinforcement

noun
1 supporting/strengthening sth
ADJECTIVE
powerful
negative, positive

The children respond well to praise and positive reinforcement.

steel
VERB + REINFORCEMENT
provide

The instructor provides reinforcement to elicit the desired response.

The statement provides reinforcement for the view that tax cuts are likely.

receive
have

The windows have steel reinforcement.

need
2 reinforcements extra soldiers, etc.
ADJECTIVE
police, troop
VERB + REINFORCEMENTS
call for, call in, request, send for

The crowd was very large and police reinforcements were called in.

need

We need urgent reinforcements.

bring in, send
REINFORCEMENTS + VERB
arrive

Reinforcements arrived too late.


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Reinforcement — Re in*force ment ( ment), n. See {Re[ e]nforcement}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reinforcement — I noun addition, additional strength, aid, assistance, augmentation, auxiliary, backing, boost, buttress, fresh supply, furtherance, help, helping hand, increase, prop, protection, relief, replenishment, strengthened supplement, supplementum,… …   Law dictionary

  • reinforcement — 1610s, from REINFORCE (Cf. reinforce) + MENT (Cf. ment). Related: Reinforcements …   Etymology dictionary

  • reinforcement — ► NOUN 1) the action or process of reinforcing. 2) (reinforcements) extra personnel sent to strengthen an army or similar force …   English terms dictionary

  • reinforcement — [rē΄in fôrsmənt] n. 1. a reinforcing or being reinforced 2. anything that reinforces 3. [pl.] additional troops, ships, etc. 4. Physiol. Psychol. any action or event that reinforces a response …   English World dictionary

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  • reinforcement — re|in|force|ment [ˌri:ınˈfo:smənt US ˈfo:rs ] n 1.) reinforcements [plural] more soldiers, police etc who are sent to a battle, fight etc to make their group stronger ▪ The police called for reinforcements . 2.) positive/negative reinforcement… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • reinforcement — [[t]ri͟ːɪnfɔ͟ː(r)smənt[/t]] reinforcements 1) N PLURAL Reinforcements are soldiers or policemen who are sent to join an army or group of police in order to make it stronger. Mr Vlok promised new measures to protect residents, including the… …   English dictionary

  • Reinforcement — Re|in|force|ment 〈[riınfɔ:smənt] n. 15; unz.; Psych.〉 Bekräftigung des Gewohnten, Erlernten, z. B. durch Belohnung [engl. „Verstärkung, Bestätigung“] * * * Re|in|force|ment [ri:ɪn fɔ:smənt , ri:|ɪn fɔ:smɛnt], das; [engl. reinforcement, zu: to… …   Universal-Lexikon

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